SharePoint workflow run via a link without initiation screen

environment sp 2010 workflows on 2013 - no farm admin support, full control only 2013 workflows not available. JS within a page is ok.

I have a workflow which emails out certain list record information.
In this email, I need to put a link which will start another workflow (set to manual) without displaying the initiation screen. This second one can't be set to new/modified triggers. On a private LAN - assume user who reads the email is also authenticated to the list and have permissions to the list. Mobile access etc not needed.  The link can include whatever information needs to be passed (ID, list guid, ... )

I've seen several posts about this but none seem to skip the initiation screen. I don't mind them linking to a page with parameters which tend runs JS and then afterwards directs to the home page of site if necessary. I know how to do the JS to update the record appropriately but was hoping for a workflow based solution entirely. After the JS finishes I don't want to leave the user in the editform - they should never see the editform - just click on the link in outlook and it does the rest without users being involved.

I do not want to put links in the view of the list - only in Outlook
Keyboard CowboyAsked:
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IsaacSharePoint Client Side DeveloperCommented:
If you use the first workflow to add/update an item in another list, it should trigger another workflow.
Keyboard CowboyAuthor Commented:
I’m familiar with that technique but does address the question.  Please reread.
IsaacSharePoint Client Side DeveloperCommented:
hmmm......Maybe you need to rephrase your question.  What exactly are you trying to do?
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Keyboard CowboyAuthor Commented:
I want to put a link in an email which will run a workflow on a list item with a field value in the URL WITHOUT  bring up the workflow imitation screen   After the workflow end just either close the browser tab or bring up. The site home page.   My original post was very detailed deliberately but maybe this simpler explanation for you will help

Another approach is for the link to bring a page withj JavaScript which reads the URL. Update the record and then saves the record and closes the browser tab or reverts to the homepage.

The user should never see the edit form page or have to click anything except the url which is in the email message.
The user can assume to be authenticated to the site. No anonymous users or mobile access is allowed.
Note the environment. SHarepoint 2010 workflow can only  edit the editform page via insert  CEWP  NO farm support  no visual studio solutions   is that clear    i vlieve this is what was carefully askedabove but maybe youll umderstsnd this wordinv   questions ?
Keyboard CowboyAuthor Commented:
Sorry for misspellings   on a cell phone
Keyboard CowboyAuthor Commented:
Question withdrawn - no real way to do this - I found a better way using JS on a custom web part passing URL parms to the JS to do the work via SPServices.

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Keyboard CowboyAuthor Commented:
question withdrawn.
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