QuickModel

QuickModel

Submitted by (@stephan.bachmann)

Display in the QuickModel status of the process model

Users with the license for the Collaboration Hub can edit the QuickModel. When a user opens a process model in the QuickModel from within the Hub, he does not get any indication that he might be editing a revision more recent than the one published. It would therefore be nice if there was a revision overview in the QuickModel which shows which revision is being edited and which revision has been published.

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Submitted by (@inka.barg)

Excel export / copy paste function in the QuickModel view

Since I worked with Signavio with a competing product, I know of the possibility to export the table view of a process in Excel. You can then make additions / changes in the Excel table and either import them directly to the process or copy them to the respective tables view.

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Submitted by (@inka.barg)

Comment function also in the QuickModel view

It is currently possible to add comments to the Activities and Tasks in the Process Editor and Collaboration Hub. However, it would also be helpful to have the option to assign comments to the activities in the QuickModel view. Best as an additional attribute, in order to show or hide this as a column.

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Submitted by (@reto.zumstein)

Display complete glossary item label by mouse-over function

When a process is described in the Quick Model, are columns where glossary items are selected usually not wide enough to be fully displayed. The drop element indicates abgeschnittete name. This may well be widened using the mouse, but is umsdändlich and not possible in every case (eg on the right edge of the browser window) With a simple mouse-over function of the entire name of a glossary element could be displayed.

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See comments in the Quick Model

In Quick Model All comments on chart and the individual elements should be displayed. Only in this way can a Quick Model sense small changes to make (for example to attributes), which have been requested in comments. (This idea has been detected on the Signavio Customer Day 2013)

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