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As part of Modeler Services premium options you can publish your completed documentation and share it with your organization in Web format.
Customize the output information for inclusion in your document by selecting the diagrams and the elements to be included.
You may view the Web documentation from a browser. To review the supported browsers, refer to the system requirements.
Bizagi provides an intuitive wizard to help you through the steps to generate your documentation.
1. On the Publish tab, in the Publish group, click Web.
2. Select the Diagrams that you wish to publish.
Select individually by using the button or by double clicking them.
Select all by using the button.
When all the diagrams you wish to publish are selected, click the Next button.
3. Choose the order in which you wish to publish your diagrams by using the buttons on the right hand side. Alternatively, you can sort them alphabetically by using the button.
Once finished, click the Next button.
4. For each diagram select the elements that you wish to publish in the documentation.
You can select all elements across all diagrams by using the button. By ticking this button ALL your diagrams and their elements will be set as Selected Elements to publish. Any individual diagram configuration will be lost.
You can also individually select elements from each diagram using the button or by double clicking them.
5. For each diagram select the order in which you wish the elements to be exported.
By default elements are organized according to the sequence of the process flow .
To move an element from its default position, select the element and click the button until you find the desired position.
Click the button to order the elements automatically or click the button to order the elements alphabetically.
When you are satisfied with the order of the elements for each diagram, click the Next button.
6. Specify the appropriate folder in which to publish your process. This folder should have Read and Write permissions.
Once the process has been published on the Web, you will be able to view your diagram documentation.
Generated documentation will show your selected processes in an initial Home page.
The description is displayed when the mouse is hovered over each process.
At any time, you may go into the Full screen mode (specially useful to present or view wide diagrams) by clicking on the Full screen icon located at the top right corner:
Exit full screen mode by pressing the Escape key (ESC) or clicking on the Full screen icon again.
Further documentation included will be displayed when clicking over each element.
Click on your process to see the detailed information.
You will be able to see the documentation of any diagram element by clicking on it.
To exit from the details popup, close it or click anywhere else in the diagram.
If you want to access a specific Diagram form an external location using a Hyperlink to open a process directly, instead of opening the Home page, open the desired process and copy the entire URL. This URL can be used as hyperlink and the process will be opened directly.
To perform quick searches on the Process Elements, you may use the search field.
Notice that while searching on the Home page, you will be by default searching over all of your processes:
To search only in a given process, you may quickly first click on that process:
In addition to this, at any time as well, you may use the pan option for quick navigation in the diagram, or use zoom options which appear at the bottom part of the diagram when hovering the mouse in that zone:
To go into detail of a Sub-process diagram o to display any of the presentation actions, you may click on the small icons which appear at the top right corner of shapes, whenever the mouse is hovered on them:
Presentation actions configured for an element are those same which are set for the presentation mode:
If you want to have the process documentation available to be downloaded and printed from inside the Web documentation, we recommend publishing first to Word or PDF and then saving the documents in a file server.
Finally, link the URL path to that Word of PDF document as an Extended attribute so that it is shown in the Web documentation.