Help you integrate bpm’online with 3rd party applications
Extend the functionality of bpm’online products
Developed on bpm’online platform, software solutions deliver industry specific features and capabilities
Pre-built connectors to integrate bpm’online with 3rd party applications and accelerate productivity
Ready-to-use apps to extend the functionality of bpm’online products
Out-of-the-box solutions that deliver task-specific or industry-specific features and capabilities
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Business process automation, customization, configuration and development on the bpm’online platform services.
Consultation services on marketing, sales and service processes as well as consultations on business process management
Business process automation, customization, configuration and development on the bpm’online platform
Consultation services on marketing, sales, service and business process management
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Recently viewed records for bpm'online
Recently viewed records for bpm'online collects a list of records you view in bpm'online, so you can quickly return to them without searching. As you navigate from record to record, the recently viewed menu will keep track of these records and group them by the section they are in. You can click on a record you viewed to return to the record.
View and navigate back to recently viewed records in bpm'online.
To keep this app free of charge support is provided only by email.
1. Setup number of records. Go to "System designer" > "System settings" > "Maximum number of recent items per section", change the number of records stored per-section and save changes. The default value is 8 records per section.
2. Setup menu sorting. Go to "System designer" > "System settings" > "Sort sections by most recent", change how the menu is sorted. The default is true, meaning the sections in the menu will sort by the most recently visited record within the section. If set to false, the sections will sort alphabetically. This only applies to the sections, the records within each section will always be sorted by most recently accessed.