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There is alternative approach you can take that doesn't involve a workflow, use Information management policy. Go into your list/library settings Click Information management policy settings Click Document or Item Tick the Enable Retention box Create a new retention stage that is Created plus 90 days and tell it to move the item to the recycle bin Click ...
I have yet to actually deploy it - but I'm pretty sure it will still be around - at minimum to support upgrade. It's not on the deprecated feature list https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt346112%28v=office.16%29.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396 They still exist in Office 365 The biggest reason - they still support database attach upgrades ...
It's quite simple: Use pause until like below (Replace hardcoded date with currentItem:EndDate)
For this little requirement you do not need to create any CSOM or workflow. Just use the Alert of SharePoint. It's default feature. See the steps of alert sending here
If working with SharePoint workflows, you could: Set workflow to run on item create Have its first step as Pause for X Days (In this case 90) When it wakes up, delete the item.
This is not possible. You cannot do this using the builtin "Send Email" function!
Try this on create and on change.
In SharePoint 2013, In email recipient, if you are not using a "person or group column", then you have to use login name for the recipient or valid SharePoint user email address . Because internally SharePoint 2013 will try to resolve the principal of the mentioned user. As a part of security validation this has been introduced in SharePoint 2013. ...
What my understanding as Microsoft bring back InfoPath forms in sharePoint 2016. that's mean SharePoint 2010 Workflow will work as some of infopath services required for the Workflow in Sp 2010. This leads me to believe that SharePoint 2016 may still be able to run SharePoint 2010 Workflows like 2013 did by default. This is speculating that a ...
You can create an SP designer workflow for sending email. You need to activate the workflow on update event only.
You can use the Information Management Policy feature in Library A. You would add the retention policy to the content types you have included in Library A (Documents, for example) and set the expiry for 2 months. Once the document 'expires', you can transfer it to another location. In order for this to work, you will need the Content Organizer feature on ...
If you want to do it through workflow then you can do it through SPD http://www.documentmanagementworkflowinfo.com/sample-sharepoint-workflows/sharepoint-designer-workflow-move-document-one-library-next.htm If you also want to copy history, then use following URL ...
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