Nintex Flexi Task form reverted to OOB SharePoint form

I had a weird thing happen on a SharePoint 2013 client site a couple weeks ago and thought I would share with you all in case you ever find yourself with the same situation.

As you may be aware the Flexi task in Nintex Workflow uses a custom form provided by Nintex by default. This form displays all defined Outcomes as a radio button choice list on the form along with Comments and Item Properties. However, instead of the default form we are used to seeing, what we saw on our client environment one day was that all the Flexi task forms in one site were displaying what looked to be an OOB SharePoint task form. Continue reading “Nintex Flexi Task form reverted to OOB SharePoint form”

SharePoint Permissions and the Nintex User Experience

Ever wondered what the user experience will be for users in your site with varying SharePoint permission levels when it comes to Nintex Workflow and Forms?

  • Who can create WFs?
  • Who can see the WF Designer?
  • Who can interact with running WFs or kick off new WFs?
  • Who can customize forms with Nintex Forms?

Let’s take a look at what the Nintex user experience is like for  some of the main SharePoint permission levels: Read, Contribute, Edit, Design, and Full Control. Continue reading “SharePoint Permissions and the Nintex User Experience”