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When presenting the value chain in your organization, you may choose to link process definitions to the primary or support processes included in your value chain.
This way, someone viewing the value chain can drill down for further details.
You can also link to another value chain model if you want.
For introductory information about the value chain feature in Bizagi Modeler, refer to Value chain model.
To link to a process definition in the value chain, make sure you have checked out the model. Hover the mouse pointer over the process you want to link from and click the icon:
In the window that appears, type the name of the process and click to search for it:
Type the name of the diagram holding your process (not the actual process' name defined on the inside pool of the diagram).
You can also link to another value chain model, by searching for it by name.
Click the process you want from the search results so it has a tally mark (); and click Save. Check in your changes by clicking Check in.
And that's it. At this point, whenever someone views the value chain is being viewed outside of editing mode), hovering the mouse pointer over the name of the process provides a link to the in-depth details of that process:
The image above shows the Customer processes being set in the value chain. Clicking it displays the Customer Service processes diagram: