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Camunda Features

Involve End Users

End Users use Camunda Tasklist to organize and work on tasks they are supposed to complete. In BPMN, a task is described as a user task. In CMMN, the same concept is called human task.

During process (BPMN) or case (CMMN) execution, the Camunda Engine will create tasks based on the predefined BPMN or CMMN model. The engine assigns those tasks to end users as defined in the model. When end users click on a task in Camunda Tasklist, they will see a task form that displays information and asks them to enter data. Once they have finished working on the task form, they complete it by clicking on a button, which prompts the Camunda Engine to continue the model execution.

This section highlights a few features of Tasklist.

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The Dashboard displays all pending tasks and allows you to filter, sort and search them. You can claim or unclaim group tasks, reassign tasks to other users and set due dates and follow up dates.



You can configure filters to create lists of tasks that meet certain criteria. For example, you could define a filter that only displays tasks that are overdue and belong to a specific process.


Task Forms

End users complete tasks by submitting task forms. You can generate forms automatically based on properties or define them in HTML Code, which also allows you to inject custom Javascript.


Diagram View

End users can inspect the process diagram, in which the user task they are working on is highlighted. This allows them to quickly understand the context of the task they are supposed to complete.



You can change the logo and colors of Camunda Tasklist and adjust it to your corporate design. You can also localize it, offer multiple languages and extend it with your own plugins. Documentation:

Configuration Plugins

LDAP ready

You can integrate Camunda with your active directory or other LDAP compliant user management system. When end users log into Tasklist, they will be authenticated against that user management system.