This difference here is a very important part of Manifestly.
Workflows are your standard processes. Each time you use a workflow, that’s a checklist.
Let’s say you have a standard process for onboarding your employees. In Manifestly, you might have a New Employee workflow.
And then each time you use that New Employee workflow, that is a unique checklist run where you check items off. Each checklist starts as a clean slate of the workflow and is specific to that employee being onboarded – for example if you are onboarding Kate Smith, you’d use the New Employee workflow and that checklist run would be the Kate Smith – New Employee checklist – as seen in this video below.
Here’s a video showing the difference.
All settings you make in the workflow, such as data collection, assignments, expected duration are then the settings in each checklist of that workflow.