Using Sites as a Stakeholder

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Using Sites as a Stakeholder


Bizagi Sites is an application which lets you create multiple rich and ready-to-go portals, as described at Bizagi Sites.

Users access sites to make the most out of a friendly and powerful UI centered around content and leveraging data, as described in this section.


To use Bizagi Sites, users need an active account to the project and to be stakeholders.

This means, for Bizagi Authentication for example, that a user needs to enter a user name (including domain) and a password to log in.


Make sure you perform several acceptance tests with a created site before making it available users.


Using Sites

Once you have created and published your site using the Sites Editor, you can share the generated URL with users who have access to the project.

Users can access the site using Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer.


Users need to log in using their Bizagi credentials, as if they were logging into Bizagi's traditional Work Portal. If the user is already logged in the Work Portal it won't be necessary for them to log in to sites.




Once a user has logged in, they can see the site as it was created for the Stakeholder to which they belong:




Important considerations

The sites Inbox pagination works differently from the Work Portal Inbox.