Before you can apply any of the analysis tools, you need to identify the tasks and cut the marked up log.
- In the Tasks pane of the project homepage, click Task definition.
The Task Definition Editor will open, displaying the recorded events. Each event is a recorded user action. Click an event to see additional information for that event and its associated screenshot.
Above the list of events, log details are displayed. If you have uploaded multiple logs, you can navigate between their descriptions by clicking the arrows to the right and to the left of the details area.
- Define tasks automatically or manually.
- To identify tasks automatically, click Show suggestions in the top right corner of the window. ABBYY Timeline will analyze the logs and identify recurring tasks, start and end events, and the number of tasks instances in the logs.
Note. If you make any changes to a task (e.g. if you modify its start or end event), ABBYY Timeline will prompt you to save the task as a custom task. To save the modified task, specify a name and click Create.
See Identifying Tasks Automatically for details.
- To define tasks manually:
- Click to the right of the list of tasks.
- Enter a task name and click Create.
- In the list of events, select the start event and click Set as start. Specify the task.
- In the list of events, select the start event and click Set as end. Specify the task.
See Defining Tasks Manually for details.
- Once tasks have been defined, click Apply and cut logs in the top right corner of the Task Definition Editor.
When all the changes have been applied, the homepage of the Task Mining project will open.