To get started with Process Bliss, the first thing to consider is creating a template.

Templates are essential to create uniform and concise procedures, eliminating mess and chaos and turning it into order. You might like to create a template for an activity that you carry out frequently to save time planning and trying to remember all the steps each time you do it. With Process Bliss, you can create a template and save it and use it time and time again, perfecting it as you go.

To create a template from the Process Bliss home page;

  • Select ‘Templates’ at the top left of the page and select your organisation (if you have more than one). Here you will be able to either ‘Create template’ or 'Create folder’. 

Folders are a good way to organise your templates to keep track of them.

  • Select ‘Create template’ to get started, and enter the template name.
  • The main part of a template is adding the individual steps that require completion for the process to be successful. To add your first step, all you need to do is click the step button on the left hand side of the screen, or under the purple header bar.

One of the great features Process Bliss has added to each individual step is the ability to make each step either optional or essential. When completing steps such as confirming the budget and writing the job description, these steps must be made essential as otherwise the process as a whole would not work. Whereas for steps such as advertising the job in a newspaper or online, these may be unnecessary and therefore optional.

For a task to be completed, only the steps labelled as essential must be completed. However, when using the template to make a task, all of this can be amended depending on the circumstances at hand.


To add another step to the template there are multiple options;

  • You can either click the step button to the left hand side of the screen, or the 'Add a step' link under the last step, and a new step will be created.
  • When you have a step open, you can just click enter to create the next step very quickly and efficiently.
  • You can also drag and drop the add step button to make associated steps or add your next step so that some steps are connected together. This might be useful for a step such as 'advertise' which could have 'advertise in newspaper' or 'advertise on website' as sub-steps.

In a template you can;

  • Make a step essential or optional
  • Set timescales which determine the due date for each task to be completed by
  • Add a description to a step
  • Add a file that can be downloaded to help carry out a step
  • Add an ‘Request file upload’ button so a file can be uploaded to show proof that a step has been carried out

When you have finished, make sure to select ‘Publish’ to save the template in your Process Bliss account.

Once a template has been created it can be used over and over again to create tasks. This is ideal for tasks that you carry out regularly.

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