Step 1 - create model
1.1 create model .
1.2 Select in the upcoming window “Create Model and Process instance“, “Create model” , enter a name for model 
→ confirm with “Create model” 
1.3 model the process  (with pools, lanes and the BPMN Object-Set)
Learn more by accessing Example Patterns for Flower Processes: Process Modeller - Flower User Manual
Step 2 - add a form
2.1 go to the “form” tap on the right side .
2.2 Create the form, put the individual components in the area  and create the form.
Access the more detailled version here: Form Builder - Flower User Manual
3.1 validate the model using the “validate”-button . This is a check, if all modeling guidelines have been adhered to. Informations  for validation appears.
3.2 publish the model using the “publish”-button . Publishing practically releases the model. From this point in time, a workflow can be started with the process.
After successful publishing, information  about it appears.
Step 1 - Select Model Repository view
The Model Repository gives you an overview over your created models.
Via this view you can also select models for editing or starting a workflow.
Step 2 - Start the workflow
2.1 start the workflow via using the "start workflow"-button
2.2 make decisions via selecting corresponding options in the "decisions-menu"
2.3 allocate swimlanes to corresponding users via the "swimlanes-menu"
2.4 click "create"
You are now entering the flower panel in Jira standard issue view. The workflow is now started and a Jira-Ticket is created.
Now the process runs like created before automatically creating Jira-Tickets for the selected users.
The workflow ends when the end event is reached.
Next to creating new models using templates is a great way to start the work.
The Templates view gives you an overview over all your templates.
Via this view you can select templates for editing.
To learn more: BPMN - Flower User Manual