Starting with Flows


Creating Your First Form in a Flow

A form displays controls that allow a user to perform an action, such as enter data, display a report or folder, or manage entities. You can create a flow that, when run, opens a form. Create a new flow...

Creating Your First Flow

A Flow is a diagram of interconnected components that sequentially execute steps to accomplish a task. Almost all steps result in an outcome, such as true or false, and most output some type of data.

Flow Designer Overview

Flow Designer Wizard is created to ease a flow creation process. This Designer starts up every time we create a new flow. We start this overview from clicking Create Flow in the Designer Folder...

About Flow Settings

This document overviews Flow Settings in Flow Designer. Note: to learn how to build your first Flow, please click here. In the Flow Designer we locate and expand Settings on the Properties panel. We...

About Flows

https://youtu.be/zMqJkZ1IeKs Overview In Decisions,  A Flow is the visual representation of the entire process that you are building. It is the end result of a process or an approval chain created...

Undelete an Entity

Overview This tutorial demonstrated how to Undelete when an Entity has been deleted. The video below shows a quick example of how this task is carried out. This is the same process for any deleted item...

About Simple Workflows

Overview A Simple Workflow is a constrained workflow designer that puts steps in a sequence for the purpose of an individual who has little to no workflow experience. The Simple Workflow gives the user...

Ways to Start a Flow

There are a number of ways to start a flow, these include: Workflow Catalog: https://documentation.decisions.com/adding-service-catalog-category/ Scheduling: https://documentation.decisions.com/running-a-flow-on-a-schedule/ API:  https://documentation.decisions.com/working-task-flow-flow-b/ Message...