Creating a Logical Branch in a Workflow Step to Control the Flow of a Workflow Process

Not only can you use the workflow platform to send e-mail messages, create documents, build strings, and set field values, you can also use it with conditional branches. With conditional branches, you can create if/then statements to control the flow of workflow logic. For example, if you want a certain step in a workflow to run only when a particular field value is true, you would create a condition in the Workflow Designer that contains that statement. The list of conditions available in SharePoint Designer allows you to work with a variable such as the size of a file (which is useful when you are creating workflow actions associated with a document library), ...

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