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workflow step for user Schedule a time for next step.?

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Do we have any OOTB workflow step that can take a user input (like Date selection) Schedule time to take in one workflow step and trigger the next step according to the scheduled time.

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Hi,

 You can see how the scheduled activation works. It gets the user input (datetime) and then starts the scheduled activation workflow with delay set in absolutetime property.

You can try mimicking the same in your workflow. To get user input you can use dialog participant step and use a custom form to get user datetime input.

 

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Yes - you can write a custom step and use Java logic based on input from the author on how much time to schedule.