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Tutorial Videos – Setting up your processes.
These tutorial videos are designed to let you configure your own processes and workflows in minutes.
Representing a user hierarchy using Web Services
Flokzu Databases can be used in many ways: to store valuable information shared by multiple processes (table of products, vendors, etc.), to create your own CRM, to avoid entering repeated information manually (such as list of countries, cities, districts, etc.), and more. Databases can even be used to represent organizational hierarchy and automate things like assigning a task or sending an email to your boss. These use cases are the focus of this post. This example will use a database called
Supporting simultaneous voting of several people
One process that is common to many organizations is the Approval or Voting carried out by a Committee, Meeting of Shareholders or Board of Directors. There are many ways to carry out the voting (by email, forms, meetings or phone calls), but few of them are really efficient, many times delaying the decision-making process. In this post, we will describe a process that can be easily set up in Flokzu to ensure and facilitate the simultaneous voting of several people. Let’s think of 5 voters
Script example to set the number of digits after decimal point
By using a script within a calculated field, you can perform arithmetic operations that involve multiple fields in your form. For instance, if you want to multiply fields 'A' and 'B', you can use this script: Flokzu.getFieldValue([[A]]) * Flokzu.getFieldValue([[B]]) While this script works and is valid, it is possible that multiplying numbers with decimals results in an infinite number of decimals. To avoid this, we can modify the function in the following way and limit the number of