A process is compiled of two main components, one Main process and one or several Subprocesses. The main process is a shell containing one or several Subprocesses, designed to be flexible according to your need.

The Main process itself mainly contains the feature of total time and status of the workflow you are working with and the team assigned to the process.

By clicking on the Main process, it will then display each subsequent step or steps required to finish the process – Subprocesses.

The Subprocess can contain more information about what and how you are supposed to perform a certain task.

Each Subtask has three statuses: Not started 🕔, Started ▶ and Complete ✔.

When a Subprocess is marked as complete the status bar of the main process will move accordingly to the relation of estimated time in the Subprocess you marked as complete weighted against the total amount of estimated time in the entire Main process.

As an example, we have the Main process "Equity transactions", a workflow containing three steps that all have a deadline of May 21st, 2021. For the "Equity transactions" to be finished we have a few steps (Subprocesses) to go through:

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