Other actions in orchestration
Rearrange top panel Access Privileges Only users with access to Settings in Access Control can perform this action. Qntrl allows you to rearrange the tabs available in the top panel such as Cards, Reports, Orchestration shortcuts, and Extensions. To ...
Step 4: Review Orchestration
The fourth and final step is to Review Orchestration . This step helps you review the newly created blueprints, validate the blueprints, and publish the orchestration. Select validated blueprints to publish the orchestration. If a blueprint you ...
Step 3: Set Permissions
The third step of Orchestration is to Set Permissions. Qntrl allows you to set permissions for which users can create and access Cards in this orchestration. Create Cards: Select users, teams, or roles to create new Cards in this Orchestration Org ...
What is Orchestration?
Orchestration allows organizations to automate their end-to-end workflows in one go. With orchestration, you can create forms to record user responses, design and validate blueprints that automate the organization’s processes, and control which users ...
Step 1: Create Form
Forms are used to capture requests from users that help you collect the data required to kickstart workflows and perform tasks in Qntrl. There are different departments in an organization providing different solutions. For instance, the finance ...
Step 2: Design Blueprint
Once the form is created, the next step is to design blueprints to capture the whole workflow step by step. Blueprints help you define the step-by-step approach of a workflow. A blueprint is a replica of offline business processes where the ...