Nintex Workflow: skip “start” default page for an automatic execution

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Nintex workflow allows you to have a direct link from the context menu when your workflow is linked to a SharePoint list. By default Nintex proposes you a startup page (image below), which is useful when, for example, you are expecting ¬†inputs from the user, but when your workflow is supposed to be executed “as is” this is quite annoying.

In order to avoid the start up page, click on Workflow Setting and select, as Form Type, the Custom option. Nintex will propose you a default value, but delete it and keep it blank (image below). Your workflow will start automatically and will not ask any operation to your users! yeah! :-)

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