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Status Not Planned
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 19, 2019

Centralised weblink management

I want to be able to manage weblinks from a central location. I have a number of web based platforms in use within our organisation which we attach to processes very regularly. Ideally this would be part of a table where i can manage all regular weblinks.
Extensions of this table could include regex management and system tagging so that a system tag could be attached to the weblink automatically.
Linking from within a process would work in a similar way to document linking where i have the choice of selecting a regular weblink or creating a new weblink.
    Sep 7, 2022
    Thank you very much for posting your feedback on the Centralized weblink management. 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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  • Guest
    Sep 7, 2022
    Hi Zoe,
    Yes. I could even see this being added to the systems tab as this tends to be grouped logically for us. Something like a Weblink manager option for the system where I can switch on and off the weblink function, update the link centrally and choose if this is added to the regex list (not sure if this will still be needed in the future) See attached Mockup.
    A separate tab for weblinks could be another way to do this. Similar functionality I would presume.