Support Arabic language, and enable the developer to change page direction in Nintex Forms10 votes
This feature is released. Arabic is now a supported language for both the Nintex forms designer experience and for Nintex forms users.
Currently the page must be rendered using IE8 mode, Please update the designer to allow for the use of IE10 and IE11 document modes to accommodate for sharepoint environments that have had thier master page modified to support HTML5. (Not enforce IE8 like the default) Currently there are Ajax and visual issues when attempting to load the designer in anything except IE8 mode.
Support for being able to change the default render mode was added by Microsoft in Service Pack 2.46 votes
When a workflow design has dozens of variables, sometimes it's hard to find the one you need to use throughout the workflow.
A sorting functionality would really help here. Also, if it was possible to create groups and put variables into those groups, that would also be a valuable feature.2 votes
It would be nice, if the Workflow Designer could remember the collapsed / expanded state of grouping actions, so when one reopens a workflow all actions are in the state when the workflow was last saved.
Not really important, but very useful when working with big workflows.1 vote
I see that a part of this has been implemented in Nintex for Office 365,m but it would be a great feature, if we do not have to click Configure every time.7 votes
We have started to make this change in our cloud products and are looking at how we can make this available more broadly.
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