The article describes the HotMailBox functionality and specifically its “Add to elements based on barcodes in attachments” mode. It presents a demonstrative configuration of the mode and describes its main characteristics.Read more>
The article presents the main features of the “Start one workflow for each selected attachment” mode in which a user-configured HotMailBox can operate. It also discusses the main characteristics of HotMailBox functionality.Read more>
The article describes “Start one workflow for each e-mail” mode that can be configured for HotMailBox. It discusses the main characteristics of HotMailBox and the aforementioned mode of operation, as well as shows a demonstrative configuration.Read more>
Menu button is a button available in the top bar of a form in WEBCON BPS Portal, used to trigger automations added by the user globally or in a particular workflow step. The number of Menu buttons on the form corresponds to the number of defined automations. Defining more automations can reduce the readability and clarity of the form menu. The solution in this case is to group Menu buttons and the present article is devoted to this subject.Read more>
The Multiple lines of text form field allows you to enter greater volumes of text on the form. Depending on the configuration, this form field can be used as a text field or an advanced editor where formatted text is stored. The form field also has a useful feature that allows simple communication between people using the application, and storing information in one place. This function is Append mode.Read more>
Thanks to the export/import mechanism, processes and any changes to them can be successfully transferred between the three environments: DEV, TEST, and PROD. However, changes made to global elements will not be transferred from one environment to another, unless an appropriate approach is taken. The present article describes this less common approach that should be used to successfully transfer updated global elements of a process.Read more>
Microsoft Outlook is one of the basic tools used by office workers. Outlook Classic and Outlook Modern add-ins are responsible for its integration with WEBCON BPS Portal. They allow users to access their tasks, view the contents of selected forms, and use many other Portal features from within their e-mail correspondence, without having to close the e-mail application.
This article describes the method of installing Outlook Modern in Microsoft 365 Outlook web application and presents the add-in's main features.
Outlook Classic is an add-in that allows WEBCON BPS to integrate with the Outlook desktop application available as part of Microsoft Office, which is one of the most widely used applications for managing e-mail correspondence in enterprises. Upgrading it with a dedicated WEBCON add-in will allow users to efficiently handle tasks and processes from within the e-mail application itself, especially when working with external entities.
This article describes how to install the Outlook Classic add-in and provides examples of its use.