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Perceptive Content: Routing Options Defined

The article will talk about the differences between: Route Forward, Route Up, Route Back, and Route Anywhere.

    ImageNow Desktop Client and Perceptive Experience Routing Options Defined

  • Route Forward:
    • Predefined list of the workflow queues the user routes to most often.
    • Can be referred to as the “short list”.
    • Will be updated at the users’ request.
  • Route Up:
    • Route Up is referred to as Route Back in Perceptive Experience.
    • Route up shows a list of the queues the document has been routed through
    • Use this option when a user wants to route a document back to someone that isn’t listed in their route forward or route anywhere list.
  • Route Anywhere:
    • This can be referred to as the “long list”.
    • This list includes all workflow queues in a specific workflow session.
    • Route anywhere changes depending on which workflow session a user is working in.
    • This list isn’t modifiable.
  • Route Back:
    • Route Back is available in the ImageNow Desktop client only.
    • When Route Back is chosen the document will route automatically to the last queue it was in with no warning
  • Peer Routes:
    • This list refers to all of your peers listed in sub queues within a super queue.
    • This list will expand or collapse as needed.

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KeywordsImageNow Image Now ImageStout Image Stout Routing Options WebNow Web Now Route Forward Route Up Route Back Route Anywhere WebNow Web Now Perceptive Content Perceptive Software Perceptive Experience   Doc ID60253
OwnerCody G.GroupUW Stout
Created2016-01-28 11:07:54Updated2023-12-27 09:07:53
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