Workflow automation users are accustomed to building workflows using various steps such as decisions, tasks, email and more. They use workflow to route tasks and emails to specific users . In this article we talk about how using a test environment for testing these workflows, and associated user routing, saves time for teams responsible for delivering workflow solutions.
Using "test mode" in FlowWright allows users to execute the workflow in a mode where all tasks and emails will be sent to the test user instead of the assigned user, so that user (a designer) can ensure steps and notifications are set-up as desired prior to taking a workflow "live". Test mode is a very useful feature when testing/debugging a workflow because some workflows have many steps that need vetting prior to going live. This simulation time cuts down on testing time generally, eliminating a two-step testing process and giving a designer a short cut to verify design efficiency and efficacy.
Here's an example video explaining how to use this new test mode feature within FlowWright. If you have any questions on how to implement this into your workflow processes our team would be happy to help! Connect with a team member today.