Is it possible to have a boolean which is user selectable but that can be also overridden by either a formula or process?
For context, in a dashboard I have a module which is read only unless the user selects a boolean to make it writable; the boolean doesn't control the write access directly but rather feeds into a read-write module, and once the work has been completed the user submits the data with another boolean, one of the functions of which is to make the module read only again. The only issue is the original boolean remains ticked and I'd prefer not to ask the user to go back and un-select it.
There is a process that is run, though I wasn't involved in setting it up and I haven't actually done any work with processes yet - I'll have a look for some training notes and hopefully this should work, thanks.
To advocate the previous note, I had a customer who had a boolean that should be marked by an Approver, but needed to be shown to a user as completed along with other clauses. Using multiple Booleans - an Input, an Imported one (not available to users), and a final one driven by an IF ISBLANK(Input Boolean) then Module Name.Imported Boolean is the way to go. Would be curious to know what the exact need is to resolve.