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Status Not Planned
Categories Form Designer
Created by Tye
Created on Aug 21, 2021

Contributor Permission level with Workflow Variables created from NWC Automate Start menu

I'll try to make this short winded. The problem or what I want to solve for is having dynamic text (variable) within an NWC workflow form that can change dynamically of something exterior of the Form/Workflow within a Label, Description, or potentially other where a user whom is not a workflow designer can contribute without changing anything or accessing the workflow itself. Let me explain further on the architecture...I'm hoping for a "Contributor" whom owns the process but does not need access to the workflow, think almost a permission level between a participant and designer, where they could potentially see the workflows they are a Contributor of in NWC Automate menu or My Nintex where they can update certain variables tied to the workflow (Maybe this is a seasonal form and they want to update a season or text descriptor that has an expire date for form entries, These for simple sake can just be string variables. By the way this ties to one of my other requests to have expire dates/turn on&off dates for forms where the url is accessible or no longer accessible. Thanks, Tye
    Sep 7, 2022
    Thanks for your suggestion.

    I will update the ticket if we have anything to share on this idea.

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    Sasan Ehdaie
    Oct 29, 2022

    Thank you very much for posting your feedback for our review. At this time, we will not be adding this request to the near-term backlog, due to low votes and as we are focused on other highly requested initiatives, such as styling, repeating sections, etc. We reevaluate requests every quarter and will reach out if priorities change. Please keep the feedback coming as it is critical for our longer-term planning.