Managed Clauses are copies of clauses from the Clause Library that are tied to a specific contract or record. These clauses can be changed as the document is negotiated without impacting the master version in the Clause Library. Here is how the process works:
- After the administrator creates Clause Bundles, end-users can add clauses to the Master Object record using , which creates a list of Managed Clauses on the record.
- When Composer is used to generate the document, the Managed Clauses are merged into the document and the document is sent to the counter-party for negotiation.
- After negotiation is complete, end-users sync changes in the document back to Salesforce using True-up™. If Managed Clauses were changed, revisions of the clauses are created and stored in the Managed Clauses list, which can then be reported on.
- If the administrator wants to update clauses in the Clause Library based on revisions made to Managed Clauses, they will create clause revisions, which creates a new revision in the Clause Library.