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Welcome page keyboard commands

Welcome page keyboard commands

To navigate and operate the Workflow Editor Welcome page, use the following keyboard commands:

Workflow Editor Welcome page - Tab Sequences
Task or Action Keyboard Commands
Navigate to main content (left) panel, and select a workflow
  1. After accessing the Workflow Editor from a menu, press Tab. appears in the upper left corner.
  2. Press Enter to position the cursor in the first record displayed in the Published tab.
  3. Press Tab to navigate down the listing of workflow records.

    Press Enter to select and open a workflow record in the Workflow drawing canvas.

Select a checked out workflow or a help function in main content panel
  1. After accessing the Workflow Editor from a menu, press Tab until the Published tab is highlighted.
    Note: Do not select or .
  2. Press the right or left arrow keys to navigate between the Published, Checked Out, or Help tabs.
  3. Press Tab to navigate across the columns and down the listing of checked out workflow records or help selections.

    Press Enter to select and open a checked out workflow record in the Workflow drawing canvas, or open a help selection (work or orchestration videos, documentation, community discussions, knowledge base, or live feed).

Create a workflow
  1. After accessing the Workflow Editor from a menu, press Tab until is highlighted.
  2. Press Enter to open New Workflow
Jump to Top After tabbing through the displayed records in a tab in the main panel (for example, within the Published tab), appears at the bottom of the listing. Press Enter to return to the Welcome tab at the top of the Workflow Editor.
Navigate to page selection controls

  1. After tabbing through the displayed records in a tab in the main panel (for example, within the Published tab), including , press Tab to access the page selection controls. Continue to press Tab until you access the desired one.
  2. Press Enter to operate the selected page control.
Navigate directly to side (right) panel to open help, create a new workflow, or open an existing one
  1. After accessing the Workflow Editor from a menu, press Tab two times. Do not select . appears in the upper left corner.
  2. Press Enter to position the cursor in the Workflows tab in the side panel.
  3. To open help, press Tab to navigate to . Press Enter to open help, or press Tab to skip.
  4. To create a new workflow, press Tab to navigate to. Press Enter to open New Workflow, or press Tab to skip.
  5. To open an existing workflow:
    • As needed, stop at the filter field to filter workflows.
    • Press Tab to navigate down the workflow list.
    • Press Enter to select and open a workflow record in the Workflow drawing canvas,
Add a core activity to a checked out workflow in the Workflow drawing canvas If a checked out workflow is open in the Workflow drawing canvas, core activity records display in the Core tab. To select a core activity and place it in the checked out workflow:
Note: Core activity records only display when a checked out workflow is open in the Workflow drawing canvas. Other tabs display in the side panel only if Orchestration functions are enabled.
  1. In the Workflow drawing canvas, press Shift Tab until appears in the upper left corner.
  2. Press Enter to position the cursor in the Workflows tab in the side panel.
  3. Press the right arrow key to navigate to the Core tab.
  4. Press Tab or the down arrow key to navigate down the listing of core activities.
    • To open a core activities folder (for example, Approvals), press the right arrow key.
    • To navigate up the list, press the left or up arrow keys.
  5. Press Tab to select a core activity and open the New Activity dialog to specify properties for it.
  6. After creating the activity, remember to link it to another activity in the workflow. See Create a connection from a condition on one activity to the next activity that follows in Workflow drawing canvas keyboard commands.