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Represent Form Check-boxes and Radio-buttons in BPMN

I have a form where the user needs to make some selections before loading data from the system. I need to create a flow for this using Bizagi, but not sure what is the best way to do so. I am basically doubtful on correctly representing the check-box and radio-button selections:

  1. 2 check-boxes, either one is selected, or both or none.
  2. 2 radio-buttons, each of which has 2 options, either of which needs to be selected.

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Dear Rahul,

Your doubts are in the right place! For the business logic, i.e. start the process, make some selections, load data...End Process, you can use Bizagi Modeler. Then you need to open your project in Bizagi Studio and start the Automation journey!

The 3rd step of the process automation is where you design the forms for the tasks/activities. This is out of the scope of this community site but we will share with you all the information about the Form Design process and the info about the controls (radio-buttons, check-boxes among others).

Define Forms:

https://help.bizagi.com/bpm-suite/en/index.html?creating_the_user_interface.htm

Controls:

https://help.bizagi.com/bpm-suite/en/index.html?forms_controls.htm

https://help.bizagi.com/bpm-suite/en/index.html?radio.htm

As a recommendation, for similar topics, you can use our Suite Community site: http://feedback.bizagi.com/suite/en

Hope this information works for you.

Best regards!

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Thank you Andres for the response.

I checked the shared links, but I feel those are a bit different from what exactly I am looking for. I will try to explain a bit more about my use case below:

1. I have a form where user needs to fill in some details.

2. Finally, before submitting the form, they have an option to check/uncheck 2 checkboxes.

3. Depending on the whether none, either or both are selected, I need to define in flow the next possible set of steps.

I am trying to understand how I can best explain this in a BPMN diagram.

Hope this helps and I am able to explain the scenario well.