Process Landscape

Dear Bizagi Team,

Do you know, if it is possible to create a process landscape

with Bizagi? Here is what I mean:

  • - Build a tree of processes: from the highest

    level to the lowest level.


It is important that all processes on each level

are visible on one sheet/ tab.


For example:

o This

is the same as in Windows Explorer, where when you click on the plus symbol

next to MY COMPUTER then it opens “DRIVE C” and “DRIVE D”.

o Then

if you click on the plus symbol next to the DRIVE D, it opens all folders in it

and so on until it reachs the lowest level.

o And

when we have opened the lowest level, we can always scroll up and see that the

first step in our tree was MY COMPUTER, then DRIVE D etc. etc. Thus, all steps

are visible in one place

The same structure is what I want to achieve with Bizagi.

Unfortunately, using “REUSABLE SUB PROCESSES” does

not work, because I cannot see all levels and steps on one sheet.

How can I achieve this with Bizagi? I know other tools have

PROCESS LANDSCAPE features, but what is the workaround with Bizagi?

Many thanks

Comments (1)


Dear Dimitar,

A Documentation portal is a shared repository where people within an organization can access the company's processes and related documentation.

The following articles will illustrate how to organize your company's processes using Bizagi Modeler. With a simple click users can navigate between various levels of detail, from a global view to the most detailed information of the organization's processes.

The Documentation Portal can be created in your intranet (a file server as a shared folder) or any Web portal. Just click the Publish to Web feature.

It can also be published in SharePoint or Wiki.

Your portal must have an structure and hierarchy that aids its navigation. The images bellow show an example of this structure:

The highest level displays the functional areas and useful links.


The next level shows the processes related to an specific area.


The lowest level shows the process diagrams and their documentation.


For further information:

Best Regards