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Creating Three-state Workflow in SharePoint

Creating Three-state Workflow in SharePoint

Three-state workflow tracks the status of a list item through three states (phases). It can be used to manage business processes that require organizations to track a high volume of issues or items, such as customer support issues, sales leads, or project tasks. For example, the three states for a project task could be, Not […]

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View workflow tasks

View Workflow Tasks on SharePoint

All of the tasks involved with a workflow are recorded in the tasks list that is associated with the workflow. The tasks list for a workflow is designated when the workflow is added to a list, library, or content type. A workflow can use the default Tasks list for the site, or it can use […]

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Workflows in SharePoint

Workflows in SharePoint

SharePoint workflows are preprogrammed mini applications that take a lot out of the labor and guess work out of your standard work processes. Refer to the flowchart below. It’s a graphical map of a process, with instructions about what happens at each step. Running such a process manually is a time consuming process that requires […]

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