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Enabled / Not enabled checkbox on Workflow configuration Page
Extending the concept delivered to end users on Grid Views (for inactive records), it would be very useful to the developer to be able to exclude workflows that are not enabled, so that redundant workflows do not clutter the screen. This is most useful when a change needs to be applied to all active workflows, and should help developers update all the active workflows without missing any.
It may also be worth considering a similar checkbox for 'published' but this is likely to be a slightly different requirement, as developers may be
- Looking for all enabled workflows, whether changes are published or not
- Looking for all unpublished workflows to ensure they haven't accidentally left something unpublished
- Looking to exclude all unpublished workflows to avoid updating 'work in progress'
Thus a simple single checkbox is not the right solution for filtering on published
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