You can add a table to a dashboard that provides you with an operational view of all your workflows.
Before you start
To generate the workflow dashboards, you must have at least read permissions for one or more objects. For example, if you have permissions for people and assets, you can see the workflows that were run for these objects within the time range that you specify.
You can view the status of all workflows, except for SaaS users, stockroom actions, and Integration Sync sessions workflows.
- From the menu, click Dashboards. You can add the chart to an existing dashboard container, or you can create a new dashboard.
- Click Add Widget.
- Select Workflow status as the chart type.
- Enter the chart name.
- Choose who can view the chart. By default, it is visible to all users who have dashboard privileges.
- Click Save.
By default, the following information is displayed for each workflow for the selected time range, which by default is the last seven days and today.
- The date when the workflow was run.
- The name of the workflow.
- The name of the object.
- The number of workflows that started, completed, are in progress, that were canceled, and that completed with errors.
Counters for all of the workflow runs such as workflows that started, completed, in progress, canceled, and completed with errors are also shown.
Toe select one of following options, click the time range selector :
- Last seven days and today, which is the default.
- Last three days and today.