Managing your tasks and staying on-top of team deadlines.
How tasks get assigned
For each calendar item created the workflow associated with the content type for that item will automatically appear on the right hand side of the detail page. Workflows are how tasks become assigned. If you're assigned to a stage within any calendar item, a new task will be created.
Notifications will only be generated when the content item gets to your stage.
Skipping a stage doesn't "complete" the stage, but bypasses it. There will still be an outstanding task for the original assignee to complete. Administrators are the only users that can skip stages.
Skipping a stage is helpful if you're managing out-of-office scenarios, but it's not recommended for every day content management.
If you find yourself continuously need to skip your stage, let firstname.lastname@example.org know and we can work with you to update your workflow to match your new process.
Requesting for revisions pushes the workflow back 1 stage for further revisions. This is often triggered by an approver/reviewer and is usually pushed back to the content creator for edits, etc.