1. Getting Started with Z Flow

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Z Flow is one of the most effective and useful Workflow Management solutions on the market. Z Flow is

  • Simple to get started
  • Loved by users
  • Easy to model simple to intricate and mission workflows
  • Flexible enough to support your unique needs

You can go through the presentation here to get an overview of Z Flow.

Typically, you get started with Z Flow as a user performing workflow activities. As a user with appropriate role and related authorizations, you can also create and start new workflow instances.

As an Administrator of Z Flow, however, you can do a number of additional activities that are related to workflow template design, user management, and system management.

An Administrator of Z Flow adds or invites a user to Z Flow. Email is usually used to login into Z Flow as shown below




The home page in Z Flow is designed for making quick work of your work.

My Activities

My activities card lists the activities that you are expected to complete as part of a workflow that you or other users of Z Flow initiated.

You can select the link to go to the workflow instance page to complete the activity. Z Flow supports many type of activities, including data preparation, review, approval, notification and external system integration.


My Processes

My processes card lists processes that you have initiated or workflows in which you are a member. You can select the link to go to the specific workflow instance page.

My Data

Z Flow also allows management of files and structured forms as part of process orchestration. My Data card provides a list of data items (files, structured forms) that are created/owned by you. You can learn more about Document Management capabilities of Z Flow here.

My Logs

My Logs card lists your activity in Z Flow system. It is an easy way to find your activity, the result and time of activity in Z Flow systems. It is needed in some cases for compliance purposes.