Get started with processes
This article is mostly for "viewing" processes.
Read a process
This reads: when a campaign budget is approved, as a CMO, I create communication materials, so that the materials are approved.
Enter detailed view
- Click on the "enter detail" icon of a process
- To exit, use the breadcrumb
Navigate back up
Using the breadcrumb above the canvas, you know where you are in the process hierarchy and you can navigate to upper levels easily
Navigate anywhere in the proces
In the left panel, you can find a hierarchy of the diagrams of a given process. This allows to navigate anywhere.
Navigate to another process
In the left panel, you can see the list of processes of the workspace, so you can quickly jump to another process!
Open the attachment panel from a box
- Open the search panel from the top right menu
Go to the print tab to preview and then print the current process
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Manage processes on a workspace
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Using icons in your processes
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Setup Skore Connect
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Manage Process properties
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