Welcome to the FlowWright Configuration Manager user guide for the new version v9.10. This guide describes how to use the FlowWright user interface to interact with the features of the product. This guide is one of many guides provided by FlowWright. All documentation is available within the product, under the “Help” menu. This help documentation now points to documentation.FlowWright.com
For multi-tenant environments, refer to the Tenant Manager user guide within the help section. This guide applies to standard installations and features/functions within each tenant within a multi-tenant environment.
The user login screen lets you log in to the FlowWright Configuration Manager. The default login information for FlowWright is as follows with a new application Logo.
Last login date/time is tracked for each user. A history entry will be also made against the user for any UI login or REST API login. Any failed user logins are logged to the system log.
2.1 Cookie Consent
2.2 Change language
FlowWright support multiple languages, if globalization is configured and available, then the login screen will have the following drop down to change the language of the login screen:
2.3 Forgot your password
Users can re-set the password by clicking on the “forgot your password” link. On Click on the link, the user has to enter the “email address” and confirm RESET.
Password reset sends a link to change the password instead of sending an email with the new password.
This reset link is valid for 1 hour duration only.
2.4 User access request
Users are able to request access to FlowWright through the new login screen, click on the following link:
The following dialog will be displayed to the user:
2.5 After login
Once you log in, based on the type of user account, the user interface is rendered. By default, the dashboard is rendered with the FlowWright menu on the left side of the user interface. The new menu is influenced by the Business Process Management life cycle. The Workflow Management and Configuration options are categorized mainly into "Engage, Create, Run, Analytics, Integration, Administration" and followed with "Dashboard, Status and Help". There is no more green horizontal line separation like the earlier version.
2.6 Workflow / Process management
All users see the menu items for Workflow management, this is where you manage workflow processes, forms, tasks, reports, and business intelligence. Workflow management menu structure looks as follows:
2.7 Workflow /Process configuration
Only the administrative users have access to Workflow configuration. Workflow configuration lets you manage all the configuration of FlowWright building blocks, building blocks such as steps are required to build workflow definitions. Form widgets help build form documents and form instances. Also, all FlowWright configuration is managed through this user interface:
After logging into FlowWright, the UI will direct to the dashboard screen by default. The dashboard UI provides a high level view of many areas of FlowWright, such as # of open tasks, # of workflow definitions, # of workflow instances, # of form definitions, # of form instances, and # of users. UI also displays many graphs showing the statistics of the week.
4. Header Panel
The header panel includes the new application log and informational items, currently logged in user’s name, help, notifications, tasks, user menu and language selections.
4.1 User Tasks
Tasks assigned to the current user are displayed within the header, list includes the top 10 tasks.
4.2 User Notifications
User notifications created by the current user, by other users or workflows for the current user is displayed within the notifications area within the header.
4.3 Language Selection
If multiple languages are supported, the language switcher can be used to change the language. FlowWright UI will completely switch to display information using the selected language.
5. My profile
My profile lets you manage your profile information such as name, email, and role information.
Use the following screen to change the account password. The strength meter indicates the password strength.
Use the following screen to view assigned roles for the current user within FlowWright:
5.1 Product review
Click on the product review menu to review FlowWright.
Click the “G2 Crowd” icon and submit a survey of the product as shown below:
5.2 My Time Zone
User Interface for the user to change the time zone.
The user selects a different time zone from the drop down list and clicks on the SET button to confirm. The user can reset by selecting the SET BROWSER TIME ZONE button and confirming with the local time zone.
Click on About to check the application version.