For example, In my workflow there are 3 groups involved (ex: group 1, group 2, and group 3) Group 1 has a task to "Open", and then Group 2 to "Assign", and then Group 3 will "Approve"
Iet's say group 1 is already done with the "Open" status in the workflow, so now it;s group 2's turn to make the next transition in the workflow which is to "Assign". Is it possible that group 2 wont see the task status of group 1 which is to "Open" and group 3's "Approve"? In short is it possible that only a certain group can only view their part in the workflow and won't see other's task status in the screen?
For example, I'm in group 2, and I will only see the "Assign", because that's my only part in the workflow. And I wont see the "Open" and "Approve" workflow transition in the screen?
Hello @Aira Veronica Dizon
this sounds like you are not exactly trying to hide the status, but the ability to transition to a target status.
In that case, you will need system administrative priviliges. As soon as you have those, you can navigate to the workflow you are trying to add it, and add conditions to the workflow. A condition hides the transition to users, unless a certain criteria matches. Therefore you can hide the assign transition to anyone who is not in group 2.
You can continue like this, until everything works as expected.
I hope this helped you a little.
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