Step 5 : Publish your workflow

Publish the workflow

Publishing a workflow makes it available to run when the configured start eventThe connector and event for triggering the workflow to run, including required configuration. An example is Box - New file, which triggers the workflow to run when a new file is uploaded to the specified folder. occurs. When you publish a workflow, you decide if the workflow is counted against your workflow subscription licenseOrganizational authorization to use an allotment of workflows. Nintex licensing is based on published workflows used for production and development. as production or development. The workflow status on the Workflows page indicates whether the workflow was saved ("Draft") or published ("Published").

  1. From the toolbar, click Publish.
  2. Type a Workflow name.

    The name must be unique among all the workflows in your tenancy.

  3. Type a Workflow description to explain what the workflow does.
  4. For Assigned use, select Production or Development.
  5. Click Publish. The process of publishing the workflow begins.
  6. When publish is completed, the workflow is ready to operate.

To see examples of workflows with step-by-step instructions see Solutions.

Additional resources

Below are a few links that will help you learn more about Nintex Workflow Cloud:

Nintex help documentation : Access the online help for other products in the Nintex platform.

Nintex University : Provides a self-service, on-demand learning environment to help you get the most out of the Nintex Platform.

Given below are some recommended courses to help you get started with the basics of Nintex Workflow Cloud:

Solutions : Workflow solutions providing step-by-step workflow creation instructions for business processes.

Nintex Customer Central : Provides a host of tools and interfaces for managing your interactions with Nintex.