Applications → Managing Transitions → About Transitions
Most transitions are available as buttons on state forms. Users click a transition button to initiate the transition. In most cases, users can enter data about an item on a transition form before completing the transition.
You can replace a transition button with a button, hyperlink, or image control that can be placed anywhere on the form. For button and hypertext controls, you either use the transition name as the control label, or type a different name. For examples, see Custom Transition Control Tutorials.
Transitions can also be executed without user intervention. For example, you can:
A variety of transition types are available. Regular transitions are the most commonly used transition type because they move items from one state to another.
Other transition types post items into different workflows or applications or copy items. For details, refer to Transition Reference.
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