Overview and Key Concepts
The Start activity is usually the first activity in a sub flow. However, the Start activity only marks the beginning of a sub flow. It does not perform any other logic. After a token enters the Start activity, it will immediately move to the next connected activity in the sub flow.
Consider reading Sub Process Flows for more in-depth information.
The Start activity only allows one connector out. See Adding and Connecting Activities for more information.
The following image shows properties for the Start activity:
Each of these properties will be explained in the following section.
Used to change the name of the activity. See Name for more information about this property.
The Font button opens a window to edit the activity's background color and font properties. See Font for more information about this property.
The Statistics button opens the activity's statistics window. See Statistics for more information about this property.