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1 - Grouping Sections

Grouping steps is important for structuring large processes

Grouping steps into Sections

Grouping is not a UI concept, but an pretty essential tool for structuring Process steps as the Process grows large.


You can attach a Precondition to a Grouping section and all of the steps it contains, and all of the steps they contain (i.e. all of the section’s descendents) will NOT be used, unless the condition evaluates to true.

2 - Screens

A screen is where you can arrange more than one interaction


By default, every interaction you include in a Process will be shown to the user by itself, one after the other.

But you may well want to show some interactions together on the same screen.

For this, you can group them in a Screen.

Screens contain interactions only

Unlike a Grouping Section, a Screen cannot contain other screens, nor can it contain any Actions.

A Screen can contain only interactions.

Screens can have custom layouts

The way you arrange interactions together may be different for devices with narrow screens, as those with large screens.

You can define custom layouts for a Screen, and thus make it adaptive to display width.