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A Node is an activity like a task, meeting or decision that’s assigned to a swimlane. This template takes you through examples of TeamFlow nodes and how to use them.
This diagram was created on Apr 9, 2021 3:27 PM and was last updated Jul 13, 2021 12:30 PM.
Nodes can be assigned to one person
Your task's description here...
Or only some people
In order to have a node, you'll need a swimlane to associate with it
Task node is anything that can be a job
Tasks nodes can be “Collect Technological Information”, "IND Application", or something simple like "Place 12 chairs in the meeting room" This is an action that can be performed by someone or a group of people in order to achieve a goal.
These are nodes indicating that a group needs to discuss a certain aspect of the diagram
Meeting nodes are the for the meeting alone, if you need to do something beforehand it should be another node such as a task
These are placed in places of importance or where a diagram forks
Decision nodes will always come with a simple binary scene of “Yes” and “No” along with a custom out-node for the user to add in specific plans.
Here is an example of a "No" link
Your decision's description here...
A node for summation of data from other nodes
You can use the Reports to reflect the information that has been taken down
Objects are nodes that are meant to be a physical entity
Objects are nodes that are meant to be a physical entity such as 400 lbs of barley or 12 trucks.
If multiple reports or objects are flowing through the process, and need to be processed in an order
Queue prior to the task or meeting as a 'holder' of these items.
These are here to visually indicate major sections of the diagram that are distinct separate areas of operations
These nodes are unique in the fact that they take up the entire length of the screen. Think of these as set goals.
Wait nodes are used when an interrupt in the diagram needs to be shown
This can range from anything such as transportation time of assets to a reflection of a holiday break.
TeamFlow node is used to create a portal between other diagrams
This is used to form a cohesive flow between departments or separate companies. You can access the other diagram by double clicking on the node.
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