User who ultimately takes action on a Task. If the task is still pending, an Actor is not yet determined.
User or Users who are assigned a specific Task within a Request.
User or Users who follow and potentially receive notifications for all Tasks within a Workflow Process (when a Request is made). MY TASKS Task list pre-filtered by current user, and Status of the Tasks, which is best suited to show the user their queue within the system.
An organizational property that can be applied to Optimization Groups, Creatives, Assets, Text Assets, Workflow Items, Landing Page Sets, Audiences, Schedules, and Personalization Sets. There is no limit to the amount of Projects that can be created, or the amount of Projects that any entity can be associated with. Projects can be used differently by teams, but they were originally created to help with the organization of a campaign.
List of all projects for any account.
One instance of a Workflow Process made up of one or more Tasks. Example: A single Creative going through an Approval Process has multiple steps. Creative, Legal, and Executives would all be a single Request.
Categorization of the request within the system. There are currently three types of Requests: Creative Approval, Creative Request, and General Request.
User who creates the Request within the system.
The number of times a Request has been through a Workflow Process. Example, if a Request starts over because the Requestor is not satisfied, new Tasks will be created and the restart will start fresh with a blank Comments & Activities section.
One instance of a step within Request. This is characterized by one or more Assignee’s and has custom notifications setup. Example: A single Creative going through an approval Process will have several Tasks assigned to different users depending on the Steps within that process.
Dashboard detailing the different throughput of specific request types.
Custom Business Management Process (BPM) using Steps, Gateways and Timers. Example Processes: Creative or Asset.
WORKFLOW PROCESS STEP
Part of the Workflow Process where assignee and notifications for the Task are determined.