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How can I split my pool in two?

Hi, I'm a new Bizagi user, and Iḿ confronting some problems. I have a pool that is too long to a A4 paper sheet, and I need to brake this pool and continue underneath (e.g.: A - B - C - D, and I need A - B, breaks on B, and continuaes underneath B - C - D in a pool that is equal to the pool above). Is there any lane especific to do this? Or any symbol? How do I do it? Thank you for the atention!

Greetins,

André

example

pool A - A-B-C-D-E-F-G

and I need

pool A.1- A-B-C-D

pool A.2- D-E-F-G

where pool A.2 is just a continuation from pool A.1

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Dear Andre,

The best way to split a process is using sub-processes. Doing this, you will be able to organize and to view much better your process A.

A sub-process is a compound activity that is included within a process. Compound means that it can be broken down into lower levels, that is each level includes shapes and elements within it.In the previous section we defined a task called “Quotations”, if you have not already created it as a sub-process (as we now realize that this task contains many activities) we need to transform the diagram element and define the sub-process flow.

For further information:

http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?creating_a_sub_process.htm

There are different kinds of sub-process according to your needs:

http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?sub-process_types.htm

Best Regards

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Dear Andre,

The best way to split a process is using sub-processes. Doing this, you will be able to organize and to view much better your process A.

A sub-process is a compound activity that is included within a process. Compound means that it can be broken down into lower levels, that is each level includes shapes and elements within it.In the previous section we defined a task called “Quotations”, if you have not already created it as a sub-process (as we now realize that this task contains many activities) we need to transform the diagram element and define the sub-process flow.

For further information:

http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?creating_a_sub_process.htm

There are different kinds of sub-process according to your needs:

http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?sub-process_types.htm

Best Regards