Tasks are sub-processes that can have their own assignments, statuses, actions and so on. You add tasks to the process either as an action or automatic action. Tasks cannot exist without a parent process.
The best way for you to ensure that users complete all of the tasks in a process is by adding a precondition to the process. For more information about preconditions, see Preconditions.
Before you can add a task to a process, you must first create the task. You create tasks in the same way as you create processes. Tasks must have a Start and End status.
You cannot use tasks as standalone processes: they cannot exist without a parent process.
You can set an activated task to be the default task by selecting it and clicking the Set as Default action. Its icon changes to . The default task is the task initially specified in a process when you create an action or automatic action of type Add Task. You can have only one default task; we recommend that you choose the task that you use most often.
You can design your process to create tasks either manually or automatically.
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