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As an administrator, we need to have an audit trail of all the notifications which are sent by the workflows. This will help us in providing the details of to whom and what notifications were sent by the OpenPages as part of the workflow execution...
It would be useful to be able to terminate a workflow instance from another workflow. Currently, it is possible to start a workflow for a record, but only if it has not been enrolled already. As an example, when a record is "in review" status, the...
Allow Creation Date as a 'Due Date' field argument (with offset) for Workflows
Currently if workflow instances are started and stopped (to do required tasks such as workflow version upgrades/releases) the due dates are all reset. Currently you can only use 'Workflow Start Date' which would reset or a field. You cannot lock i...
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