Flow settings

Modified 10 months ago

Akaash Amalraj

Account Owners and Super Admins can control who is able to create new flows in Kissflow. 

All flows, including process, channel, case, project, teams, dataset, chat, and integration will be enabled by default. However, if you disable an existing flow, its data will be temporarily inaccessible. You will not be able to create any new flows until you enable it again. 

For all flows, you can change the settings for Who can create a new flow? You’ll see three options when you click a flow: 

  • Anyone: All users in the organization can create a new flow without approval.
  • Super Admins: Only the Account Owner and Super Admins can create a new flow.
  • Anyone, after the approval of: All users can create a new flow after one among the specified approvers approves the new flow request. You can update the approvers list by selecting them from the dropdown.

As an Account Admin, you can either enable or disable chat for your account. When you make a change to existing flow settings, all changes to these settings will only affect new flow requests, not those already created.

Account Owners or Super Admins can allow or restrict permissions to users impacting their ability to print forms or download attachments across different flow types like Process, Case, Project, Team, Dataset, and Chat.

They can toggle between two options which are 'Anyone' and 'Flow Admins', for each flow type individually. These changes are Account Administration level changes, and they can, in some cases, supersede permissions set at an individual flow level. 

Setting the permission to 'Anyone' would allow any user to download attachments or print unless the Flow Admin explicitly chooses to restrict these permissions for a particular flow. 

Choosing 'Flow Admins' would restrict download and print permissions only to Flow Admins, superseding any permissions set at an individual flow level, only allowing Flow Admins to download attachments and print forms across the flow. 

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