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Levels

Levels

Levels at first stand out as structure element and serve for navigation overview. In deep branching you can move the dataset through the context menu with the command Open as level to an arbitrary position in a new level.

Usually, you will process a case in one level. If, for example, you get a call, you interrupt to work on one case and open the new one on an own level. Thanks to the level technique you can get back to the interrupted case without having to load it anew.

Web Client

Closing a layer causes a return to the last opened layer. Intuitively, when multiple tabs are open in the Web Client, users want to return to the last selected tab when closing a tab. In this case, after closing the tab, you are back on the cockpit.

Instructions for the usage:

  • A new level is always inserted at the end of the levels.

  • The special case for BPM actions has been changed. These now open behind the active level and no longer in front of it

  • After closing a level you jump to the previously opened level

Windows Client

You can also compare to processes with each other. Have the desired data displayed in an own level for each process and switch between both processes through the bar Levels.

In the main window area the main windows are displayed in one level. If the main windows are minimized, you can move these and get information from the windows underneath. Principally it is possible to open a dataset and its linked entities more times within one level. For a better overview you can identify the iterations at a redundant dataset by the symbol.

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