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  • What is workflow designer workflow activity designer?

  • The Workflow Designer workflow activity designer enables developers to author workflows in a natural manner. The Flowchart specifies a unique StartNode that is executed when the workflow starts and uses a network of linked Nodes to create arbitrary loops or to divert the flow of execution to anywhere else in the workflow at any given time.

  • What actions are available during workflow creation?

  • The actions available to you during workflow creation depend on the context of the workflow. For example, the Start Approval Process and Start Feedback Process actions are not available for sites based on Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010.

  • How do I add or edit a workflow step?

  • While editing a workflow: On the Workflow tab, in the Insert group, click Conditions to open the list of workflow actions. Alternately, you can click inside a workflow step, in the search box that appears type words that are in the name of the condition that you want, such as add, and then press Enter.

  • How do I move a flowchart activity designer to another activity?

  • Alternatively, select Toolbox from the View menu, or press Ctrl + Alt + X. The Flowchart activity designer can be dragged from the Toolbox and dropped on to the Workflow Designer surface wherever activity designers are normally placed, either as a root activity or as the child of another control flow activity.