In the diagram view in the Collaboration Hub, when a user clicks on an element (task, xor gate etc.), an information pop-up comes. For intermediate process links this is not the case - it goes directly to the other process. I'd like to have the option to have the a similar pop-up for the process which the link refers to (info from the Overview tab) for easy reference so you can quickly check out which process the link ...more »
The current list of activities (tasks) in the Activities tab appears out of order at times. It would be great to be able to set the order or have a well-defined default.
- In process order (preferred, requires a consistent way of following branches)
- Left-to-right and top-to-bottom regardless of the process flow
- Sorted alphabetically
- Sorted by role
Currently there are three ways the roles are represented in the model Acitivities tab:
- only one role involved: no selection
- few roles involved: clickable buttons
- many roles involved: pulldown menu showing RACI involvement
If find the last display (pulldown) the most helpful as it gives at a glance the aggregated involvement of each role in the process and is much easier to read than the second (buttons).
We would find it useful if there was also a possibility for the users in the hub to be able to start a kind of revision comparison. Probably you should limit it in the hub to the revisions published in the past. For interested users, it can be helpful and useful to be able to understand the changes in the process lifecycle and to understand what is different about the new version.
When employees are invited to comment on a process, they comment on the process. If the modeler now makes changes to the process based on the comments, the commenters receive a notification that the process has changed. It would be useful for the user to be able to see directly what changes have been made since his last comment so that he can quickly understand the changes without having to go through the whole process ...more »
It should be possible to insert custom texts such as copyright notices etc. as a fixed item on a pdf print, especially when printed from the Collaboration Hub. These should be configurable by the workspaces administrator and it should not be possible to override these from the print dialog. This Idea is linked to related added print functionality: Idea No. 896 (Include revision numbers in prints) : http://ideas.signavio.com/a/dtd/Print-should-include-revision-number-option/266540-24761 ...more »
For the Explorer, default print settings can be configured but they do not apply to the Collaboration Hub, where pre-configured settings would be most helpful. The workspace admin does not appear to have a default configuration option. This appears to be so by design according to the manual: "Configuring PDF export options You can configure your exporting settings in the print dialogue. Note that this only applies to ...more »
In Signavio, other applicable documents can be stored on task's, process diagrams and also process landscapes via attributes. Unfortunately, these are not shown cumulatively on the process landscape level. It would be nice if all filed applicable documents would be displayed as an overall view. Otherwise there is a high risk that linking on the process landscape will be forgotten.
Currently, a model path can be activated in the Collaboration Hub, which displays the classification of the currently open diagram. However, if a sub-process is linked several times in several places and possibly in different levels, this path is rarely true. We suggest that you also have the option of displaying a model path based on the history of recently opened pages. It probably makes sense to limit the whole to ...more »
We currently use the collaboration hub in combination with the Sharepoint 365. Our users noticed that the Signavio search is only available on the "Home" page of the portal. Our users would prefer the search to be displayed at all levels even though the portal is embedded. Therefore, it would be useful in our view if you can hide and hide the folder bar and the search function regardless of "portal head".
When printing a process from the Collaboration Hub, only the Default process can be printed, but not the Compact or any defined Custom views. Obviously, the view type should be indicated on the print to clarify it's a print of a modified view.
IST: When a user opens a process in the Collaboration Hub and clicks on an object in the process to comment on it, he intuitively comes up with the idea of using the comment icon in the upper-right corner of the pop-up. This brings him to the general process comments, so that a comment for the modeler is no longer associated with the individual object. SHOULD: A click on the comment icon should allow the focus on an ...more »