- Find all workflows that are running or in-progress
- See the name of the workflows
- Run report on workflows, out of the box, SP designer, Nintext, 3rd party
- Be able to create a report that will list the status of the workflows
- Report on workflows published by a specific user
- Report on how many workflow tasks are assigned to a particular user
We have decided to improve our reporting, starting with workflows. In a future release, it will be possible to find Workflows with their associated site or list. You’ll be able to see the basic information for each workflows.
We’ll keep you updated when it’s available.
It's nice we can report on the lists with workflows. That remains incomplete. Even just the workflow name would be a huge help. I figured out how to do it with PowerShell, but I like the point and click and export capabilities of the ShareGate reports.
would be really helpful to get this feature. It saves me running powershell scripts which needs to be performed from the server itself.
I have the Nintex version of Sharegate and it would be awesome to have reporting capabilties for workflows.
Feedback sent from the Explorer view.
One issue we constantly deal with are failed and stuck workflows. I would love to see a feature that allows management of workflows. In particular the ability to terminate workflows that are stuck in an error occurred or failed on starting (attempting restart) condition.
We have lists with several thousand stuck workflows. Terminating manually is time intensive. Server side PowerShell scripts are cumbersome due to increased security for access to servers.
I would like the ability to export workflow history to Excel. I wrote a powershell script that has helped me achieve this, but it would be a nice feature for Sharegate
Mats Hindhede commented
By far the most important thing to report on workflows is their name and location, of course. You need a proper list with the name and location of each workflow in the web app or site collection. This is an obvious need and SharePoint OOTB doesn't help you one bit with that. It's also surprisingly hard to script, since 2010 and 2013 WFs are handled differently. A script that lists 2013 WFs and their locations is quite different from a script that lists 2010 WFs, and also more complicated. Of course, you don't care if they are 2013 or 2010 WFs, that's just MS messing things up. You just want to know where the heck your workflows are, especially if there are hundreds or thousands. Apart from name and location, it would also be nice to know if the workflows are OOTB, SPD, 2010, 2013 or Nintex and who created them, how many running instances they currently have, how they are triggered etc.
I am looking for the list of SharePoint 2013 workflow as Microsoft is no longer supporting share mailbox in it but still we can use it in the 2010. So trying to generate a report which can show me throughout the tenant.
Ken Kapp commented
In addition to knowing if a list or library has a workflow associated with it, I would also like to know:
1. Names of each workflow associated with each list/library
2. The workflow Start Options for each workflow (manual, on create & on change.
3. Nice-to-haves would be Description and names of associated Task and History Lists
I don't know if I reported this. I am doing a List that has a Workflow report and I wonder if there is a way to show if it's a 2013 or 2010 workflow? I do love that I can give my developer the listing "these are our workflows" :)
Dany Lavertu commented
Report on workflows published by a specific user