Tasks automatically created by sequences will present unique options for more flexibility when managing recipients.
When a task is created by a sequence, you will see a yellow bar with information about the sequence, the current stage, and the email address of the recipient related to this task.
Skip the recipient to the next stage
There could be several reasons for wanting to move a recipient along the sequence and not completing the task associated with the current stage. In situations like this, users have access to the Skip person to next stage action.
When this option is clicked, the task will be marked with the status Skipped, and the recipient will move on to the next stage of the sequence. The next task in the queue will automatically be loaded for the user within the Tasks Workflow mode.
Users can view skipped tasks by navigating to the task dashboard and changing the Status filter to select the Skipped option.
Skipped tasks will not count towards Completed tasks under task reporting.