Article last updated on the 6th of February, 2023.
The contents of this article may be subject to change due to ongoing development of WorkPoint Automate.
The Batch change stage step is used to change the stage of multiple entities in a single action. It is typically combined with a Stage form in which a user can select a stage to transition to.
The following image shows an example process which includes the Batch change stage step:
Step specific properties
Use this field to define the business module of the entity for which you want to change stage.
|Entities||Yes||Array||Use this field to define an array of entities to change the stage of. An example could be the "Items" array if the process is started from the Express panel.|
|Stage model ID||Yes||String||
If the business module uses multiple stage models, this field can be used to define which stage model to change to.
Use this field to define the stage (content type) you want to transition to. Can e.g., take input from a Stage form step.
The sub-stage you want to transition to. Also accepts term IDs.
|Run the action as||Yes||String||
Use this field to select how to run the individual change stage actions. Options are: