Oracle Fusion Cloud 22D (What’s New in Journeys)
Secure Journey Category selection when creating Journeys
Oracle 22D has enabled Category Security to control what categories users see when creating templates in the Create Checklist Template page and creating a personal journey in the Journeys.
You can provide role access to either of these options:
1. Specific categories
2. All categories
While in all categories, if you gave the HR specialist role access to all categories, then a user with the HR specialist role can see all the categories when they create a journey template on the Checklist Templates page.
It provides the ability to allow your users to create journeys in categories relevant to their business units only.
Surveys in Journeys
We can create Survey journeys in checklist templates using the new category Surveys. The survey template allows only one task of the type of Survey. You have to predefine the questionnaire before adding it to the task. For the Touchpoints survey subtype, only Touchpoints subscriber-based questionnaires are listed in the Questionnaire list of values. Similarly, for the General survey subtype, only Journey Survey subscriber-based questionnaires are listed in the Questionnaire list of values.
Advanced Journey task type using a combination of different Task types
Advanced task type lets you combine a maximum of 3 task types as a single, and it can comprise a different combination of tasks.
Suppose you are creating an Onboarding journey and want your new employee to know about your organisation’s vision with an excellent introduction video, answer a few questions about any mandatory requirements before joining, and finally submit the task with an E-signature to confirm. Now, you can add all these sub-tasks to one task, making it efficient and user-friendly for you and your new employee.
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