- Add conditions to the defaults provided by identity partners.
- Can be chained together so a ID verification can also be followed by a Watchlist verification.
For example, you could configure a verification workflow to verify an entity only if they satisfy the following conditions, in order:
- Not on any predetermined watchlist (if so, reject)
- Verified through a KYC partner, like Socure (if not, reject)
- Have their documents verified by a document provider (if not, resubmit)
Once created, you can run a workflow as often as you want. There are four possible outcomes: Accept, Reject, Resubmit, and Verify Manually.
Because everything is configured visually through the dashboard, you can create a verification workflow without any programming knowledge.
You simply need to drag and drop items in the UI to create the verification logic of your choice.
Once a workflow is created, it can be used by your developers and our APIs to automatically run when an entity is created or updated. Your developer simply needs the
- Go to Verifications > Workflows and give your workflow a name and description.
- You can drag-n-drop items in the "Verification Partners", "Unit21 Logic Provider" or "States" boxes, they will appear as boxes in the window:
- Once you drag-n-drop a box into the window, you can then edit its properties (make sure it is selected):
- Clicking Edit Properties opens up a prompt:
- You can drag-n-drop states to start creating the verification workflow logic. They will appear as boxes in the window:
- You can also edit the state boxes:
- Then you can connect the verification partner box to the state box by dragging your mouse from one item to another:
- The connector between the items can also be edited:
All processes must have at least one
DEFAULTcondition. This condition handles all entities that do not satisfy the predefined conditions.
Each workflow that you create in the dashboard has a
If you want a workflow to run automatically, one of your developers needs to include the
workflow_id in your organization's API requests.
They may need to consult the relevant section of our API documentation.
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Once you have a workflow, you can use it to verify entities in batches.