User Identified Issues

Logiak helps you to ensure the quality of what you produce in various ways.

One of these ways is that it continually checks for patterns which indicate you have probably made a mistake. Any issues found are automatically produced system-identified issues.

System issues are identified by orange flags.

There is additionally scope for users to note issues. If working alone, these notes will be like reminders or "todo"s. But if multiple people are collaborating on the development of a Project, the user-identified issues are a useful way of sharing concerns and highlighting aspects that someone else then may need to follow-up on.

User issues are identified by red flags.

How to raise a red flag - a user issue

Within a Process, if you select a node, in the Edit panel which appears on the right, the Configuration tab has an "Add Issue" menu item.

Click "Add Issue"

In the dialogue which appears, simply enter a description of the issue (you can also use markup)

Click "Ok"

After you have clicked Ok, a red flag appears against the node. Issue raised.

At the Project level, if a Process contains at least one open user issue, the Process is shown with a red flag against its name.

Similarly, at the top-level, if a Project contains at least one open user issue, the Project is shown with a red flag against its name.

How to clear a red flag - resolve a user issue

When you select a node which has a red flag, in the Edit panel which appears on the right, you will see an "Issues" tab in which all the currently open user issues are listed.

To close an issue, click on the trash icon which appears in the top right corner of the issue.

A dialogue appears, as below, in which you should write an explanation for the resolution of the issue and click the Ok button.

The red flag will disappear. Issue resolved.

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User Identified Issues

Logiak helps you to ensure the quality of what you produce in various ways.

One of these ways is that it continually checks for patterns which indicate you have probably made a mistake. Any issues found are automatically produced system-identified issues.

System issues are identified by orange flags.

There is additionally scope for users to note issues. If working alone, these notes will be like reminders or "todo"s. But if multiple people are collaborating on the development of a Project, the user-identified issues are a useful way of sharing concerns and highlighting aspects that someone else then may need to follow-up on.

User issues are identified by red flags.

How to raise a red flag - a user issue

Within a Process, if you select a node, in the Edit panel which appears on the right, the Configuration tab has an "Add Issue" menu item.

Click "Add Issue"

In the dialogue which appears, simply enter a description of the issue (you can also use markup)

Click "Ok"

After you have clicked Ok, a red flag appears against the node. Issue raised.

At the Project level, if a Process contains at least one open user issue, the Process is shown with a red flag against its name.

Similarly, at the top-level, if a Project contains at least one open user issue, the Project is shown with a red flag against its name.

How to clear a red flag - resolve a user issue

When you select a node which has a red flag, in the Edit panel which appears on the right, you will see an "Issues" tab in which all the currently open user issues are listed.

To close an issue, click on the trash icon which appears in the top right corner of the issue.

A dialogue appears, as below, in which you should write an explanation for the resolution of the issue and click the Ok button.

The red flag will disappear. Issue resolved.

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