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##Overview Learn how to run a task on the DataSTAGE powered by Seven Bridges. ##Procedure 1. [Create a draft task](doc:run-a-task#section-1-create-draft-task). 2. [Optionally designate your task as a Batch task](doc:run-a-task#section--2-optional-designate-your-task-as-a-batch-task). 3. [Select your input files](doc:run-a-task#section-3-select-input-files). 4. [Define any custom app settings](doc:run-a-task#section-4-define-app-settings). 5. [Run the analysis](doc:run-a-task#section-5-run-the-analysis). ##[ 1 ] Create draft task While you configure your task, it is in a draft state and is labelled as a **DRAFT** task. Follow the steps below to create a draft task. 1. Find the app you would like to use in your analysis 2. Click **Run**. This creates your draft task. ##[ 2 ] (Optional) Designate your task as a Batch task Click the toggle next to **Batching** to switch between Single and Batch tasks. Learn more about [types of tasks](doc:about-analyses#section-about-tasks). If you toggle back to a single task at any point, your batch settings will be preserved. Simply turn on batching once more to return to your settings. ##[ 3 ] Select input files Note that Input files must have already been added to your project. 1. Click **Select files** next to the desired type of input data. 2. In the file picker, tick the checkbox next to the desired file. 3. Click **Select**. This selects your input file(s) for the task you are configuring. Note that some apps may [suggest reference files](doc:about-analyses#section-suggested-files). If you are setting up a [batch task](doc:about-batch-analyses), be sure to select the **Batch by** input criteria for all inputs. If a criteria is grayed out, it is not available. Note that you can use custom metadata fields as well as the F4C metadata fields as criteria for batching. ##[ 4 ] Define app settings 1. Click **Edit Parameters**. 2. Specify your desired app settings. 3. Click **Save**. ##[ 5 ] Run the analysis Click **Run** in the bottom right hand corner to initiate the execution.