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In other words, the TODO would show up on two or more people’s dashboards: One dashboard where TODO shows is on the originator-of-the-TODO, and the other dashboard(s) the TODO shows is on any other user the originator specifiedThank you in advance for helping with this question!
Does anyone know if there is a way to export the data table listing for Lean Tag Data ? noted on the other data tables such as glossary there is export functionality but not within the tagging lists . I am aware of the tags mapping report (in our case its called Requirements Map) but this appears to display only the tags used in processes . After a flat list of data . Any ideas ? Thanks
Good day,I have changed the process review date from 12 months to 36 months, but some of the processes are still considered “to be reviewed” although they are within the new setting time frame.Does it mean the processes will be updated from this date, and the previous procedures will still be reviewed within 12 months?Thank you,Kind Regards,Farah
We want to use the system tag features when writing processes, however, is there a way to disable the function whereby the process lanes are split by roles and processes?E.g. Activities assigned to role ‘Customer’, we only want 1 lane with multiple activities with different processes. Instead of the current setup where the activities will be split by Customer System1 activities and Customer System2 activities.We do want to keep tagging the systems so we can then generate the report on what system is used for which processes. Therefore, want to use systems and not general tags.
Hi - I’ve been studying for the Nintex Process Mapping Practitioner - Author exam and have failed 4 times by 1 question. Any suggestions for additional training? It seems like there are multiple ways to do certain things and I keep selecting the wrong answer. I have 3 more tries to pass it. Any suggestion? thank you
Is it possible to create and print the PDF of a Process Manager process flow without the gray background behind the process map? And yes I prefer not print to save paper, but in our organization for some of the workshops the participants will view and place comments / changes on the wall for others to see before updating, especially for end to end view of the entire Value Stream.
HiI am reviewing the on demand video of the Global user group forums that were held last week. The slides show that there were links to more in depth resources, but these links are not clickable in the video, and I haven’t received the slide packs separately. Are they held anywhere central? Courtney’s presentation indicated the slides linked off to helpful resources… Thanks in advance for any leads!
General House Keeping Question:Does anyone Delete old employees from Process Manager or do you leave them as Disabled forever?We have 1336 disabled users, and a current user list of 1320.My general rule now for when someone leaves is to delete all their roles and transfer all their processes (if possible) - but there’s a whole lot of history in here to clean up.Thanks
We want to add a checkbox symbol to tasks. We include a series of questions at the end of our SOPs and want users to tick (on printed versions), yes or no in a box. If we can’t find a way to make this work I may lose a large number of users who are contemplating dropping Promapp and going back to using word Docs. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! thank you.
I am a bit slow on the uptake on this one but thought I would throw it out there anywayI was working on a process today and realised that I could incorporate the use of emojis into itFor example say my activity was Print . . . . . . . followed by tasks, I can go Windows Key +”.” to bring up the emojis selection, go and find a printer emoji and change my Activity to be something like the following:🖨Print . . . . . . ✔🧙♂️🏆🍺🙃Basically dump any kind of emoji in there
Has anyone found a way to force page breaks when printing a procedure? We have SOP’s for our drivers which have a sign-off section that they need to complete when they have finished their training on the SOP. We want the sign-off section to always print on the last page so we can tear off the sign-off sheet and the driver keeps the SOP. We don’t want to add the sign-off sheet as an attachment as it’s important it prints with the version details etc. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Does anyone know if archiving of processes can be done in bulk? Probably a bit of a weird situation but we have a process group that was used as a training environment of which we need to archive legacy training/test content. At the moment archiving is being done process by process which is quite time consuming . Any advice or guidance on how this may be done quicker would be of value . Thanks
I have a “test” system in our Process Manager Tags which unfortunately means it is tagged in a process whenever someone mentioned to test something (which is quite often). Is there a way to remove the tag from every process in bulk, but not change the wording in the actual process? I can then remove “Test” from the systems list. Thanks
Does anyone know if you can access a checklist that you have created? My team would like to access them from a remote location and check off things as they are discussed during pre-construction meetings for each construction project, and they are normally held at the site. Would be nice to have this ability.I would also like to know if once the checklist is completed, if we could print to pdf and place it into another file system? Anyone know if that is possible?
What is “process modeling”? Process Modeling is another way of visually representing the process and operations of a business. It can help managers make decisions about how to optimize their resources and improve efficiency in their process through the development of a process model. Examples of process models include flowcharts, process maps, swim lanes, process trees, and state transition diagrams which all allow for unique ways to represent different types of processes. Through Process Modeling businesses can analyze their costs, opportunities, constraints, and risks in order to reach success. Process Modeling solutions often leverage BPMN a standard international language and a standard format for documenting the business process. What is BPMN? Business Process Model and Notation (Also known as BPMN) has been the one of the most common languages and formats used to document business processes since its introduction in 2004. Developed as an international ‘language’ for descr
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