Add File, media or image to a process
Available in Product Plan: Mapping • Analysis • Management
Feature available to: Editor • Admin
Adding a (new) image to a process
The simplest way to add an image to a process is to drag and drop it on the canvas while editing the process. The image will automatically be uploaded to Skore media library and added to the canvas wherever you dropped it.
You can also upload images directly in the media library for future use.
Alternatively, you can drag and drop an image box to the canvas, double click the box and select and click "Open Image Picker".
From within the Image Picker, you can:
- Insert an existing image
- Upload a new image
- Insert image from URL
(Legacy) Insert images into a process
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(Legacy) Add tags to a process
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Creating a new process
How to create a new process More options... There are some more options available when clicking "New Process" Click the more "More options..." dropdown button Here you can add the purpose of the process, add the Process Owner, restrict who can view ...
(Legacy) Comment a process
What is it ? Collect user feedback by enabling the comment mode on a process. Once the comments have been collected, it is possible to mark comments as completed to keep track of the status. How to... How to enable comment on a process Only process ...
Adding Roles to a process
Introduction Roles are an essential part of Skore. They tell you who carries out each activity and helps you see how different roles interact with each other. Find out how to add Roles to your process using the steps below! How to add a Role to a ...