Now you can choose what happens after your process executes a specific action group. Should the process stop, or should it continue evaluating the next criteria in the process? It’s up to you! Best of all, executing multiple action groups in a single process makes it easy to manage all of your processes for a given object, like a Case, in one place.
Previously, when a record met your defined criteria (1), the process executed the associated action group and then stopped (2).
Now you can specify when to stop or continue your process. It’s easy.
- First, make sure you’ve defined the next criteria and that your action group includes only immediate actions. You can’t evaluate the next criteria when an action group contains scheduled actions.
- Click STOP (3) or EVALUATE THE NEXT CRITERIA (4) to change what happens after actions execute. Initially, each action group is set to stop after executing actions.
- Make your selection (5), save your changes (6), and your choice appears on the canvas.