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Process Design Tutorial: Joget Workflow



This is the first of four parts video to develop a Joget Workflow v3 app, in this case the Claims App. The following image is the process diagram of the workflow in the Claims App.

 

Using the above process diagram as a reference, you can learn how to design the same process in the following video tutorial. In the tutorial you will learn the following:
 
  • How to add workflow activities and system tools to your processes.
  • Set asynchronous or synchronous deadlines to send reminders if task is not perform during the specified time or to escalate a task to the next approval level if not perform in the predefined time frame.
  • Set activity and process level Service Level Agreement (SLA) to monitor the workflow to ensure that tasks are performed within the accepted time frame.
  • Add and modify route and parallel route conditions in your workflow.
  • Map participants to the swim lane.
  • Set the workflow variables for routing your process.
Joget Workflow
Open Source Workflow
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