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If you start ARIS Connect with a Viewer license, you’ll work with role-based access in the portal. You can check and comment on models and thus contribute to optimizing the process, for example.

ARIS Connect can be completely customized. This video tutorial is based on the classic ARIS Connect view.

At the beginning, you get to the portal’s Home area. This is where you find persons access your profile, search for content, exchange information with other users in the Collaboration area and navigate through the current database.

The group structure of the main group is displayed and the overview shows what the group contains. Depending on the item selected, further views are available. Let’s have a look at the views of a process model.

Note the breadcrumb navigation below the model name! If you click a folder name here, the content of the folder is shown. Let’s return to the views of the process model.

The overview provides various information on the model. The diagram view enables you to view the model graphic. You can do much more here.

A few examples: Output a report. You can also subscribe to the model. The model you subscribed to is displayed in the portal, for example.

Since you are a subscriber, you will always be informed on changes to the model in the portal and in Collaboration. If you want to comment on the model you can enter your comments directly. Let’s have a look at the process steps. You can go through the process model here and focus on the process steps that are of particular interest to you. The previous and the subsequent version of the selected object are displayed with events and functions represented by different graphics. This is how you easily follow the control flow. The role responsible for the selected object is shown, as well.

You can also display the model content in table form. To highlight specific information you can show columns. This results in a new, analytical view of your model.

If you used connections to specify responsibilities in the process model, you can display the connections in a compact list. This enables you to gain a quick overview of the different types of participation of the roles in the process.

Under Tasks you find the tasks defined for this model. If you click a task, ARIS Process Board opens, and you can edit the task.

Additional information on the process model is available in document storage. For example, document storage provides data required to process individual process steps.

You have seen how you can use different areas and views in ARIS Connect to obtain required information about a model for your analysis.