Subprocesses in Strivr are built around deadlines. To make it easier to see what matters most, we adjusted the sorting algorithm 📋.

Subprocesses are shown as a list that is sorted by the Frequency type in the order listed below:

  1. Daily subprocesses (ascending order: earlier values precede later ones e.g. 09:00 will sort ahead of 10:00) ⬇

  2. Weekly subprocesses (ascending order: Monday 09:00 will sort ahead of Monday 10:00 or Monday will sort ahead Tuesday) ⬇

  3. Monthly subprocesses Calendar days (ascending order: Calendar days on the 2nd day at 09:00 will sort ahead Calendar days on the 3rd day at 09:00) ⬇

  4. Monthly subprocesses Business days (ascending order: Business days on the 1st day from start at 09:00 will sort ahead of Business days on the 8th day from the end at 09:00) ⬇

  5. Quarterly subprocesses Calendar days (ascending order: similar to Monthly subprocesses, Jan/Apr/Jul/Oct will sort ahead of Feb/May/Aug/Nov) ⬇

  6. Quarterly subprocesses Business days (ascending order: similar to Monthly subprocesses, Jan/Apr/Jul/Oct will sort ahead of Feb/May/Aug/Nov) ⬇

  7. Annually subprocesses Calendar days (ascending order: similar to Monthly subprocess sorting) ⬇

  8. Annually subprocesses Business days (ascending order: similar to Monthly subprocesses sorting) ⬇

  9. Once (ascending order: January will sort ahead of February)

Process creation form/Subprocesses list

Main Processes ➡ Details

(same logic applies in Processes ➡ Main Process Templates ➡ Details)

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