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    1 comment  ·  3 - Nintex Workflow for Office 365 » Designer  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    Lisa Tam commented  · 

    Yes/No variable is supported. It's called 'Boolean' in the variables dialog.

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    Jon Hardy responded

    The task ID is populated once the task is completed. Before this the task list items can be locked by the task engine for processing and a workflow accessing this task may fail. There has been therefore a strong reservation form our Engineering group to implement this capability even if technically feasible.

    If one wishes to delegate the task then the delegation should be used.

    Should you have other use cases for accessing the task list before the task is completed then please let us know what they are. There may be an alternative way of meeting this need that will not introduce the possibility of workflow failure.

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    Lisa Tam commented  · 

    A workaround solution for sending reminders after a certain date can be found in this post https://community.nintex.com/t5/Nintex-for-SharePoint/Reminder-ignores-Due-Date-in-Flexi-Task/td-p/35351

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    Lisa Tam commented  · 

    Hey Enrico,

    You can achieve this by setting up a new Site Content Type, and create new Task Outcomes with your examples. Once that's done, then with either Start a Task Process or Assign a Task you can choose this Task Outcome type by selecting “Use exiting predefined content type”. Hope this helps.

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