Sample Diagram

In this article we'll look at the sample diagram to better understand the application

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Written by Taylor Trotter
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Here we'll take a look at the diagram we have pre-loaded on the application called "Order Supply". This diagram is a short process for getting supplies from a vendor, from the beginning to the end. You can access this diagram by clicking the blue button on the opening dashboard view.

If you've already clicked out of the dashboard popup you can simply click the button that says INTRODUCTION and click the aforementioned button.

Once you click the button you will be greeted with a new view, we'll take you into the diagram and from here you can see an example how a basic process diagram is set up. For a deeper look into the user interface, you can look at the top of this page at the RELATED ARTICLES and click on DIAGRAM INTERFACE LAYOUT.

You should see a diagram like this. We have four swimlanes, a series of nodes connected by links and labels within each node explaining what it is. We can look more into the specifics of diagrams in another article. For now, let's just play around with the diagram and get familiar with the navigation of TeamFlow and how to move around the diagram.

If you move something you didn't intend to, or accidently remove a node you wish to explore more, you can click the UNDO button in the tool bar, or you can simply click the side menu on the top right-hand side of the screen, click the three-dot next to the diagram and then click DELETE.

This will bring you back to the main dashboard view, and from here you can repeat the steps to look at the sample ORDER SUPPLIES diagram without any of your edits.

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