You can now control the permissions of users in your Process Street teams.
Watch the below video for details:
Below is an outline of the different roles inside Process Street and what permissions they have.
We have released a new version of Process Street today, with a few small features and a lot of security, speed and data integrity updates.
The biggest difference you will notice is the introduction of Task Headers. These allow you to break up a process into sections using headers. To turn a task into a header, simply add a colon “:” to the end of it.
Today we released the second part of teams and organizations – the Organization Control Panel.
This version cleaned up the ‘cog’ dropdown menu by putting all lesser used organization management features into the new panel.
The admin role and the ability to promote and demote admins also came with this release.
In this video, I teach you how to use the Template Editor in Process Street to create Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) templates.
Our interface is simple to use with a task-based format. Each task you create becomes a checkable item for when you run a checklist.
You can then add content to your tasks, including text, images, video and files.
Adding content is easy with our drag and drop widgets.
When writing a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) you may need to attach files to increase the depth of the document. Traditional tools such as word editors don’t allow for this kind of functionality. But using a product like Process Street, you can certainly add files and other rich media to your Standard Operating Procedures.
Some files you might want to add could include:
Below is a quick guide on how to add files to Process Street: