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  1. Setting Properties

    and in the Dynamic Options Example. Follow these steps: Click on the selection control (Checkbox, Dropdown, Radio) Select Web Service from the Option Src dropdown … selection control. Options entered in this way are static - they will not change at runtime. Method 2 - Set Up Dynamic Options for Dropdown, Radio or Checkbox controls
  2. Flow Setting Properties

    . Remember, these steps cannot have a role, dynamic role or user property assigned to them. The image shows an example of a possible screenflow design … flow which users can use to navigate back and forth between workflow steps. There are four available options: None: This option displays no navigation toolbar
  3. Palette Controls

    a list of options instead of having to enter text.   Dropdown Radio Checkbox ComboBox T/F Dynamic Options Options for the Dropdown, Radio and Checkbox … selection control. Options entered in this way are static - they will not change at runtime. The controls are discussed below: Method 2 - Designers can dynamically
  4. Linked Steps in a Flow

    likely dragging the same form into the flow designer repeatedly to create the different steps in the flow. Another way to create this type of flow is to use the Linked Steps feature of the flow designer. In this method, you create a linked version of a form for each step you want in your flow. One great advantage
  5. Adding Steps to a Flow

    . These items can be dragged and dropped from the palette into the flow work area. Your existing forms can also be added as flow steps. AddFormtoFlow2.png If the following properties are selected in your form, they will be unchanged when you drag and drop this form into a flow as one of the steps: Settings: Save/Load
  6. Create a Dynamic Pick List from a Google Sheet

    Let's take a look at populating a dynamic pick lists (drop downs) using a business rule. It’s a very common scenario and, with frevvo, you can use business rules to dynamically initialize the options (choices) in a pick list from a Google Sheet. We’ll use this sample Google Sheet
  7. Designing Steps in a Flow

    the other really depends on the purpose of your workflow. The choices are: Use individual form as your steps Use Linked steps For example, if you were creating a workflow from a fifty tab Excel spreadsheet, you can create forms for each tab then drag the individual forms into your flow for your steps. Workflows
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  9. Visual Rule Builder

    The Visual Rules Builder enables non-technical designers to add dynamic behaviors to a form/flow. Here are several behaviors that you can create: Show/Hide a Control(s) based on a specified condition Show/Hide Steps in a flow based on the step that the flow is currently executing Dynamically setting default values
  10. Palette Controls for Flows

    for you to add as steps of the flow. The palette also contains a new form which lets you create a new form step directly within the flow designer. Additional step types for flow steps are Summary, http and Anonymous Task. The purpose of each is described below. FlowPalette2.png On This Page: Keeping your Forms