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    1. Create a separate form with all the basic information fields in it. Then add a field where the user filling in that form can add the list of users for whom he wants to start the flow. 

    2. Create a Business Rule which uses http.get methodto call your workflow URL. You will have to call this URL multiple times depending on how many users you want to create the task for. You can pass the usernames of those users and basic information data to the flow in this URL by using_data URL parameter.


      If assigning the first step to an email address template, you must set encode=false to prevent the "@" symbol from being encoded in your launch rule. The designer should use the template {EmailAddress!encode=false}.

      titleExpand Rule for assigning steps to emails...

      To assign the first step to an email address, follow similar steps as above. Instead of a control that collects UserIDs, have a TextArea control in your kickoff form where the user can enter multiple email addresses separated by a comma (in this example, the TextArea control is named UsersProcessed.) Write a rule like this to split the email addresses and send them as _data in the workflow kickoff URL:

      Code Block
      var count = 0;
      var i, url;
      var usersProcessed;
      if (TriggerFlows.clicked) {
        usersProcessed = UsersProcessed.value.split(",");
        for (i = 0; i < usersProcessed.length; i++) {
          url = FlowTypeUrl.value + "?_method=post&embed=true&_data=(SubmitterUserId=" + usersProcessed[i] + ")";
        SuccessMessage.value = count + " tasks created";
        SuccessMessage.visible = true;

      The rule to generate tasks will not work unless you are authenticated to frevvo when using that form. frevvo doesn’t allow you to create tasks for other users unless you are logged in. This is a security measure to prevent a a malicious user who has the link to that form from creating spam tasks.

Rejecting a step: sending it back to the original user