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Status Not Planned
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 6, 2019

Bulk move processes between Process Groups

It would be great if Promasters were able to move bulk processes between Process Group. We encourage staff to search for processes so the Process Groups are merely for permission purposes. It would also be great if this bulk moving function didn't create a notification on the dashboard as it does not impact the process.
    Sep 7, 2022
    Thank you very much for posting your feedback. At this time, we will not be adding this request to the near-term backlog, as we are focused on improving our search and process variation capabilities and delivering sequential approvals. However, we reevaluate requests every quarter and will reach out if priorities change. Please keep the feedback coming as it is critical for our longer-term planning.
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  • Kerry Hiki
    Sep 7, 2022
    Great idea. However this isn't a priority right now but we'll monitor this idea for interest from other clients. Thanks!
  • Michelle
    Sep 7, 2022
    There is a bulk associate group function but no bulk disassociate group function. This means to move documents and processes out of a group that we want to delete, it has to be done one by one!
    Please help!!
  • Guest
    Sep 7, 2022
    This feature is really important as it will ensure Promapp maintenance can be completed in a timely fashion.

    Right now, it takes ages to individually drag processes from one Group to another, and because there isn't a scroll feature whilst dragging, it results in many processes being moved into the incorrect group and then moved again to reach their final destination.

    Having joined the organisation with Promapp as a previously unsupported system and un-maintained, I am unable to clean it up without it taking way too much time.