Enables looping back to an earlier state of the process run by reopening an earlier task and setting all dependent tasks back to a waiting status.
Needing to redo or resubmit work after a review or rejection. Also helpful for iteration on a document.
- Name of the task to be reopened, replacing all spaces and characters with a "-" and changing all characters to lowercase (ex. Input candidate information: would be input-candidate-information-)
Mark complete if
- (Optional) The default is true/blank, which will reopen all downstream tasks, even if optionally dependent on the task (using Start after any of these tasks are completed). If false, those optionally dependent tasks will not reopen.
- Conditions vs Mark complete if: Both fields essentially perform the same action, determining whether this action should be opened. In most cases, using Conditions will be ideal, as it is easiest to configure. However, there is one important distinction between the two which can be helpful for the build. If the Condition is not met, the action status will be skipped. However, when the Mark complete if condition is not met, the action status will be completed.
- The field values entered throughout the process prior to this action will remain, and the values can be adjusted when the actions are reopened. If you would like to create new fields each time the task is reopened, creating a subprocess may be a better option.