While recording user actions, logged information can contain elements, that are not related to the current task. For example, a user can open a messenger to read an urgent message. You can choose to ignore applications, certain forms, or types of events in task definitions. These elements are not deleted from the log but are not taken into consideration when defining tasks. The ignored forms and applications are grayed out in the log.
How to ignore forms and applications
You can ignore an application with all forms or the form itself using the following project units:
in Task definition editor
- Open Task definition editor and right-click the needed form.
- Select Ignore form or Ignore application.
To revert ignoring a form or an application, in Task definition editor on the top pane click and remove the element from the list.
in From editor
- Open Form editor and hover over an application or a form.
- Click the appearing eye icon to ignore the object.
To cancel ignoring, click the eye icon again next to the application or form name or click and remove the element from the list.
on Task schema
- Open the Task schema and select an application or form node.
- Click the eye icon next to the element name in the right pane.
As you apply changes on the schema, you need to update task definitions according to them. Click the appeared Update task button to apply changes for schema and task definition.
For details, see Task Schema Customization Options.
How to ignore types of events
Some user actions may not be useful for analysis, for example, changing tabs or opening a new window. To ignore navigation or execution events:
- Open Control level of form by double-clicking a form in Task definition editor.
- Click Set ignore type and mark events to ignore.
To cancel ignoring:
- Open Control level of form. It can be any form in a log.
- Click Set ignore type and unmark types of events.
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