Customer journey maps are now integrated with the Dictionary.
There are now visual guidelines to use when aligning customer journey map elements.
The Collaboration Hub access tiles of the governance report consider users who authenticate via SAML-based single sign-on.
The system displays a warning if two users edit a diagram simultaneously using QuickMode, thereby allowing you to avoid unintended overwrites. (Previously, only concurrent access in the Editor triggered a warning.)
When creating views of BPMN 2.0 diagrams, you can activate a checkbox to remove empty space that was occupied by elements not included in this view.
Process Manager users, who authenticate via SAML-based single sign-on are now automatically logged in as modeling users. Previously, they were authenticated as Collaboration Hub users and needed to manually click a ‘Log in as modeler’ button.
If an attribute was deleting without having been removed from the list of mandatory attributes in the convention configuration, it was not reported as missing when checking modeling conventions in the Editor,
The “insert image” dialog of the rich text editor did not allow inserting images that were already uploaded to the process manager workspace.
When printing comments from the commenting view as a PDF document, the information texts in the document were always in the workspace’s default language, no matter which language was selected for export.
The dictionary spreadsheet export did not list linking diagrams that referenced a dictionary entry indirectly via another dictionary item.
ArchiMate relationship rules were not updated to the latest version of the standard. Also, edge groups were not listed in the 'Relationships' group.
The ‘show usages’ feature in the dictionary displayed only one element per diagram, even if the corresponding dictionary item was referenced by multiple elements.
The Aris Markup Language (AML) importer created organization charts as an empty diagrams.