Bizagi cloud collaboration services

Save and share process models in the cloud

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Want to work smarter? You can now invite colleagues to review and comment your process diagrams in the cloud. Start your journey with 3 simple steps:
1. Save your process models
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Modeler fan? Then start saving your process models in the cloud today and enjoy anytime, anywhere access… on any device. Give it a try! How it works
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New to Bizagi? Join our worldwide community today. Simply download Bizagi Modeler, create process maps and start saving in the cloud. Download Bizagi Modeler
2. Share your processes
Have you already stored your processes in the cloud?
Now share them with your teams around the world.
With our Workgroup Plan, you can:
  • Invite people to view and edit your diagrams – using only their email address
  • Make it easier to find diagrams by organizing them into process folders
  • Collaborate and comment your diagrams in real-time
  • Stay productive when offline and sync your changes when you reconnect
Check out the various features on offer when you upgrade to our Workgroup Plan
  Personal Workgroup
Editors Free $50/month
Contributors - $10/month
Models unlimited unlimited
Diagrams unlimited unlimited
Storage 10 MB 100 MB per editor
Work Offline
Attachments - cloud stored
Import/Export
Mobile access in website
Documentation in website
Collaboration -
Process folders -
Real time notifications -
Models activity feed -
Start your free 30-day trial now - No credit card required
3. Enjoyed your free trial?
We are confident you’re going to love using Bizagi Cloud Collaboration Services.
To ensure you keep the benefits – such as greater storage, offline working and comments –
make sure to upgrade to our Workgroup Plan.
Cloud pricing FAQs
To get started in the cloud, firstly check that you have the latest version of Bizagi installed.
Download Bizagi Modeler 3.0 now.
Editors have full access to shared process models. They are able to edit the process flow, and include documentation. To do this, they need to have installed Bizagi Modeler on their laptops.

Contributors can introduce comments and suggestions to improve the process and collaborate with the workgroup. They can also navigate through the diagrams, read the documentation and review diagrams and tasks. To do all this, contributors simply need a browser and access to a device of their choice.
You need to buy a minimum one Editor license for yourself, then scale up to the number of people within your team.
Yes. You can add Creators, upgrade, downgrade, or cancel your subscription whenever you like. However, we will charge in advance. If you cancel your subscription you will not be charged for the upcoming period.
You will receive a warning three days before the trial is due to expire. This will alert you to the current amount of storage used. You will then be asked to upgrade to our Workgroup Plan, which will allow you to continue enjoying the benefits of the trial. If you choose not to, your account will be returned to the Personal Plan. You will retain your 10 MB free storage, but you will lose any models exceeding this amount. Your team will also lose the ability to work on the process models.
Currently we only offer this service via PayPal. You will need a PayPal account.
You can turn off automatic renewal from your PayPal account. Once cancelled we will not charge the next month and your account will be downgraded to Personal.

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile at the top of the page.
  3. Click My Money then click Update beside My preapproved payments to find your payment.
  4. Select the payment, and then click Cancel.
The only difference is that the trial has a top limit of 99 users, split between Editors and Contributors. All other features are exactly the same.
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