Legacy Feature

The content is only available to accounts who subscribed to Navvia before September 2015. Accounts created after that do not have access to the Classic Diagram.

Classic Diagram designer will be retired once all Accounts Diagrams are ported to the Drag and Drop Designer.

Purpose

Capture detailed information about each task in the workflow. Access to these details is provided through a context menu by clicking on a task in the flow diagram with the right mouse button.
To reveal the Task Action context menu, click on a task shape on the flow diagram with the right mouse button.
The following is a list of the actions available via the task level context menu. Details around each option are presented in the subsequent sections.
  • Connect to next
    • Create a connector from the task to the next sequential task
    • Only when an outbound connector does not already exist for the current task
  • Connect from Previous
    • Create a connector from the previous task to the current task
    • Only when an inbound connector does not already exist for the current task
  • Details
    • Name
    • Description
    • Role Swim Lane
    • Duties
    • Shape Type
    • Task Type
  • Roles & Responsibilities
    • Associate one or more roles to the task. Specify the RACI responsibility level for each role along with a description of the duties that each role will perform for this task.
  • Inputs
    • Identify task level inputs including description and source of the input
  • Outputs
    • Identify task level outputs including description and target for the output
  • Data Specs
    • Capture data items that will be used with the task. These specifications will be included as part of the Technical Design Document (TDD) to provide specifications to developers who will configure the software tool that will support the process.
  • Tool Specs
    • Capture specifications for tool functions that will be required to support the automation of the process. These specifications will be included as part of the Technical Design Document (TDD) to provide specifications to developers who will configure the software tool that will support the process.
  • Procedures
    • Define step-by-step instructions on how to execute the Task
  • Notes
    • Specify supplemental notes or commentary related to the task. These may include “parking lot” items that have been captured during process design and require further investigation to resolve.
  • Delete
    • Delete the current task
  • Replicate
    • Create a copy of the current task. Keep it in the current activity.
    • Only content within the Details area will be copied to the new task.