Create Workflow to do anything you want on Item Events and Lifecycle Transitions with Identity & Lifecycle-based Access-control. A Workflow is an Activity to do something, like Send an Email, and an Activity may have sub-activities forming a logic tree.
Gnosis Workflow is the No-code alternative to Gnosis Low-code Scripts.
Lifecycle, Events, and Workflows
Each Item Type has an associated Lifecycle, describing all the possible States of the Item for the Item Type. The Item Type Lifecycle can be a shared Lifecycle or unique to the Item Type.
Each Lifecycle has one or more States that describe all the possible statuses for an Item. The Lifecycle will have a Start State as the initial status for new Items when first created.
The Lifecycle may also have an Archived state, meaning the Item is not deleted but is not visible to most users and is excluded from queries unless specifically requested.
The ability of a User or Team to read, update, or delete items can be controlled by Lifecycle State.
A connection between States is called a Transition. Each Transition has permissions that define if someone is allowed to Promote an Item from one State to another. In addition, a Transition has On-Before and On-After events.
The On-Before event is fired before the Item is Promoted, and if the Workflow for the event returns false, the Transition is canceled, and the Item remains in its current State.
The On-After event is fired after the Item is Promoted. In case any of On-Before and On-After fails, the Transitionn is discarded.
There are also On Item Create and On Item Change events. They’re fired when an Item is created and changed correspondingly.