Add a state flow transition


To configure Content Hub, you must either be a superuser or have the necessary permissions granted to you through user group policies.

A transition represents the passage from one state to another. The source of the transition is the state where the transition begins and the destination is the state where the transition ends.

You can include a custom confirmation message message for when a content item transitions to another state. In such cases, users must confirm the transition to apply it.

For example, you can add a confirmation message for the transition from Working on it to Under review. When a user submits a content item for approval, this confirmation message acts as a checkpoint for the user to either proceed with the transition or cancel it.

To add a state flow transition:

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage cog icon.

  2. On the Manage page, click State flows.

  3. On the State flows page, click the desired state flow.

  4. On the state flow detail page, next the state you want to modify, click Edit transitions.

  5. In the dialog box, click plus sign Transition.

  6. In the Transition dialog box, configure the following properties:





    The name of the transition.



    A description of the transition.



    The icon you want to use to represent the transition.


    Ask for confirmation

    Determines whether users are asked to confirm when they attempt to make this transition.


    Next state

    The state applied when this transition is made. Enter the state manually, or click plus sign to select it from a list.



    The page users are redirected to after they make this transition. Enter the desired page in the JSON field.



    Determines the order of the state transitions when there is more than one. The lowest index defines the first transition to occur.


  7. If you turned on the Ask for confirmation switch, in the Confirmation message field, enter a suitable message.

  8. Click Save.

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