Using the Glossary in Skore

Using the Glossary in Skore

Who can create and edit terms: Editors and above
Who can view terms: Anyone


O2C? P2P? RFP? ISO? LOL? BR? HR? ER? What do these mean and how am I meant to keep track?

Why use the Glossary?

Acronyms and abbreviations are not always understood by everyone and can make your processes confusing and create barriers in engaging the organisation.
You can document these as part of your process library and these terms can be used directly in your processes thanks to our dynamic Glossary!

How to add a Glossary term from the workspace

How to add a Glossary term from within a process

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