Beatrice Inthilith
IT Project Manager
Asked a question 9 months ago

Hello, is there a way to dynamically activate or deactivate a workflow step? For example, a French user can create a contract, but it must be approved by someone else; on the other hand, the English user (same role as the French user) does not need the approval to do the same thing.


Fathia JamaSEMARCHY TEAM
Sr. Customer Success Consultant at Semarchy

Hi Beatrice, currently there is not a way to dynamically activate or deactivate a workflow step. You can as a workaround , create a validation in the transition that blocks the next step based on the validation rule. 

Hello, is there a way to dynamically activate or deactivate a workflow step? For example, a French user can create a contract, but it must be approved by someone else; on the other hand, the English user (same role as the French user) does not need the approval to do the same thing.
Hello, is there a way to dynamically activate or deactivate a workflow step? For example, a French user can create a contract, but it must be approved by someone else; on the other hand, the English user (same role as the French user) does not need the approval to do the same thing.