By Nancy Nafziger
For many Kinetic Task users, the thought of creating a Kinetic Task Handler from scratch can be mind numbing. You may not be sure exactly how to do it or you’ve already got a lot on your to-do list, but you know that creating a task tree of handlers is the most efficient way to automate your workflow process. So you often look for shortcuts and easier ways to jumpstart the process.
Kinetic Task Handler
For newbies, I’ll back up and explain what a Kinetic Task Handler is. A Kinetic Task Handler is a module that performs a specific action used to automate a workflow process in Kinetic Task. Multiple Task Handlers are added to create and manage the workflow process.
Kinetic Task Community
Once you know what a handler is, you’ll want to know what Kinetic Task Community is. Kinetic Data is pleased to announce the launch of Kinetic Task Community (KTC). KTC is a resource for technical and nontechnical Kinetic Task users that provides an easier way to properly start and complete task handler development. KTC provides existing Kinetic Task Handlers that are validated by Kinetic Data Task experts. Existing Task Handlers can be downloaded from Kinetic Task Community to use out of the box or customized.
Unlike the phrase, “Anything worth having is worth working hard for,” with KTC you don’t have to work as hard to build Kinetic Task Handlers.
Our goal with Kinetic Task Community is to grow as a resource to help Kinetic Task users collaborate with other users to create and share Kinetic Task Handlers. If you are a Kinetic Task user who has access to a Kinetic Task Manager console, jumpstart your handler development by signing up for a free KTC account today.
KTC Key Benefits:
- Allows technical and nontechnical Kinetic Task users to decide how to best implement Kinetic Task handlers in a workflow process in Kinetic Task.
- Saves time and costs by downloading existing Kinetic Task Handlers; reduces duplication of effort by using Task Handlers out of the box or customizing them.
- Offers a training resource, which provides Kinetic Task Handler samples that include documentation to ensure that you are creating handlers properly.
- Offers information regarding how to develop your own handlers and how to interact with different platforms.
- Provides a key resource for generating handler ideas. Check out existing Kinetic Task Handlers see what is possible in your environment.
Task handlers are definitely “worth having” but building them doesn’t have to be hard work. If you want an easier way, check out Kinetic Task Community to jumpstart your Kinetic Task Handler development!