About a Workflow
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A workflow is a sequence of steps that should be performed to get your work done. Each workflow step has a task connected to it and assigned to a particular person. Steps are interconnected with transitions. Workflows help you automate your processes...
How To Create a Workflow: Quick Start
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By default there are only Start and End steps in your workflow. You will need to customize a default scheme, i.e. create steps and transitions, set a default assignee for tasks created in each step, and set transition rules.
How to create a workflow:...
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A workflow consists of steps and transitions.
A step represents a workflow's current status for a workflow task. A workflow task can exist in one step only at any point in time. Each workflow step corresponds to a linked status. Each status can ...
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It's often necessary to start several independent tasks simultaneously in the framework of a workflow. For example, when preparing a tradeshow, you may have to launch at once such processes as the booth design, collaterals printing, presentation...
Saving or Printing The Workflow Scheme
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You can save any Comindware Tracker workflow scheme as an image in the *.png format or print it. This may be useful if you want to explain your workflow process to your team, or show your processes to a solution provider.
To save or print the workflo...
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A step is a building block of a workflow. A step shows the current position of a workflow task in a workflow. Generally, some work on a workflow task should be done in a step, for example, ""Review a document"".
To create a workflow step:
1. In a wor...
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All intermediate steps in a workflow must be interconnected with transitions.
To create a transition:
1. In a workspace select a workflow app and open a workflow.
2. Click the Draw Transition button in the Ribbon.
3. Left-click on the source element ...