What is an Auto-approval step (NetSuite)

What is an Auto-approval step (NetSuite)

The Auto-approval step is an additional first step in workflows that's available during trial periods and Advanced feature trial periods and in Advanced/Premium plans.
In this step, you can enter conditions for the automated approval of requests regardless of any rules specified in other approval steps or workflow settings. If a request meets the criteria 
stated in the Auto-approval step, it will be approved automatically right away.

Here is how to set up an Auto-approval step.

Feel free to watch our video on How to configure Auto-approvals.

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