Experts & Communities

The WorkflowGen Consortium includes users of WorkflowGen at the University of Minnesota. It provides administrative oversight and user experience insight.


The workflow is managed through the workflow tab. The beginning view is the start point:
There are two options for creating forms in WorkflowGen.
In WorkflowGen-CDEV, navigate to Admin and then to Processes.Select the appropriate folder for your new process, and select New process.On the
Email templates in WorkflowGen enable easy, consistent communication.
When a WorkflowGen instance is ready to be moved to production, send a request to [email protected].
In WorkflowGen, "participants" can be defined as any people who interact with your process. In general there are three participant roles for a process:
Grouper is a tool that enables departments to create and manage groups in both the Customer Development instance
WorkflowGen consists of two public-facing instances: a customer development instance and a


All departments at the University of Minnesota are eligible to use WorkflowGen for their business processes. 

Self-Help Guides

There are several steps involved in developing web-based forms with defined business process pathways using WorkflowGen.