Workflow start events
A start event is an event that starts a workflow when it occurs. When designing a workflow the first step is to configure the start event to define when the workflow will start. The workflow may be designed to start from another workflow, at a scheduled time, when a form is submitted, or from an event that occurs in a third-party application. For example, a new file in Box can kick off your Nintex workflow.
|Nintex - Component workflow||Start your workflow from another workflow or from an HTTP-capable service or application. Use a workflow in another Nintex Workflow product, by using the Call a workflow action in Nintex Automation Cloud (sends an HTTP Post request).|
|Nintex - Form||Start your workflow when a user submits a form that you have designed. You can choose to make the form available in a web page
|Nintex - Scheduled start||Start your workflow at a specific time. You can specify the timezone and set the workflow to run on a regular basis.|
|Adobe Sign start events||Start the workflow when an event in Adobe occurs such as an agreement is created, sent, or completed.|
|Box start events||Start the workflow when an event occurs in Box such as a new file is uploaded, a folder is created, or when attribute values from a specified metadata template are updated.|
|Google Drive start events||Start your workflow when an event occurs in Google Drive.|
|Microsoft Dynamics CRM start events||
Start your workflow whenever a new record is created or an existing record is updated in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
|Microsoft Exchange Online - Received email||Start your workflow when an email is received on a specific Microsoft Exchange Online.|
|Microsoft OneDrive for Business start events||Start your workflow when an event occurs in Microsoft OneDrive for Business.|
|Salesforce start events||Start your workflow when an event occurs in Salesforce.|
|SharePoint Online start events||Start your workflow when an event occurs in SharePoint Online.|
|Zendesk start events||Start your workflow when an event occurs in Zendesk.|