SharePoint 2013 Snippet: SharePoint Designer Workflows

Happy New Year! Picking up where I left off last year, I’m going to talk about another change in SharePoint 2013 that I think is worth shouting about. This is one of those areas where I got disproportionally excited about a new feature: you can do a loop in a SharePoint Designer workflow. SharePoint Designer…

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Creating Workflows in Visio 2010 and SharePoint Designer

One of the improvements in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is the ability to interact with Visio. As well as the new Visio Services allowing you to render Visio diagrams in the browser, you can create a workflow diagram in Visio that can be used in combination with SharePoint Designer to create a working workflow in…

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New year, new SharePoint

Welcome to 2010. As someone who grew up reading sci-fi books this is a year that should include colonies on Mars, regular trips to the moon and flying cars. Well, it doesn’t look that any of those will be coming out of Microsoft Research this year, but we will be getting SharePoint Server 2010. I’ve…

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Reusable no-code workflows

There are several short-comings with designing workflows in the current version of SharePoint Designer (but there’s always Visual Studio and some excellent third-party tools to combat those short-comings). One of the problems with SharePoint Designer workflows for MOSS 2007 is that you can’t reuse them. If I were to design a workflow on a document…

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