Comment a process

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 editor with "can edit" access right on the process can enable / disable comments on a process

  1. Click the "comment" button on the right corner
  2. Enable comment

How to add a comment

Once the comments are enabled, any user with access to the process can add a comment. 

How to mark a comment as completed

To keep track of actions / suggestions of the comment, it is possible to mark a comment as completed.
Only editor with "can edit" access right on the process can mark (or unmark) a comment as completed.

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