See map structure using map tree

Navigate around the map hierarchy using the map tree structure

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Written by Ksawery Lisinski
Updated over a week ago

This handy tool will help you visualise structure of your process maps and save to explaining to your user where does drilldowns actually find their place.

Article outline

  • Prerequisites

  • Overview

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  • Registered and verified Elements account

  • View rights to a process map and its drilldowns


Click on the icon to open the map tree to navigate around a map. Left-click on the icon seen in the image below:

The map tree window can be resized and moved anywhere on the screen.

The currently open diagram is highlighted. Click on any item to open that diagram. The nodes with a "+" symbol are diagrams with more child diagrams - you can click on the "+" to see all children diagrams for the selected parent. These nodes are also accompanied by information on how many drilldowns they have in total.ย 

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