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Best Practices: Showing and Hiding Form Fields

June 19, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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When designing Forms in Laserfiche it is important to take screen real estate into consideration. You could show or hide fields based on a previous selection. For example, you have a New Hire On-boarding form with a question “Do you want Direct Deposit?” where the user selects “yes” or “no”. If the user selects “yes”

Webinar: Storage in a World of Regulatory Changes

June 11, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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When: June 19, 2019 @ 10 AM PST Register Here Hosted by Nexsan. The list of compliance regulations is increasing, with each new requirement becoming an additional challenge that has to be met. It’s not just storing information – being able to remove the personal data without risking the storage and integrity of all the

Best Practices: Events in Laserfiche Forms

May 22, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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Events – Laserfiche Forms has three types of events: start events, intermediate events, and end events. Start events are the mechanism for starting a business process, intermediate events happen during a process, and end events stop a business process after it has finished running. Every process starts with one of the three types of start events.

Coming soon – Laserfiche 10.4.1 Release!

April 24, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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The release of Laserfiche 10.4.1 to the Laserfiche community is scheduled for June. This on-premises release includes a variety of updates including new functionality and improvements, as well as stability and performance enhancements. This includes updates to the Windows client, web client, Forms, Laserfiche app, Workflow and Laserfiche Directory Server. Key highlights include: Records Management: Organizations can choose

The Guide to Robotic Process Automation

April 10, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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What is Robotic Process Automation? Robotic process automation (RPA) is the use of specialized computer programs, known as software “ robots,” to automate and standardize repeatable business processes across multiple systems. These robots perform actions directly across the user interfaces of applications, mimicking the tedious and repetitive activities employees would typically need to do such

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