Best Practices Bizagi Tips and Tricks

Working with Tables in Bizagi


  1. Editable table with row validation
  2. Filter dropdown values to exclude already selected ones

Editable table with row validation

Table Functionality

Table functionality in Bizagi
Best Practices Bizagi Tips and Tricks

Customize case number in Bizagi

In Bizagi, we refer to process instances as cases and present them to end users. By default, we assign an internal sequence for numbering each case and display it as the “Case Number”. This ensures that each case is uniquely identified and eliminates the possibility of duplication or conflicts. However, you can customize the numbering sequence to meet your specific needs. We also recommend using prefixes when using sequences to prevent duplication in case numbering. We allow you to define customized sequences, including prefixes and suffixes, for all or some of your processes.

Best Practices Bizagi

Bizagi best practices

What are best practices

There are many definitions for best practices, but the one that I like the most is the following:

A best practice is a method or technique that has been generally accepted as superior to any alternatives because it produces results that are superior to those achieved by other means or because it has become a standard way of doing things […]

Best Practices Bizagi Tips and Tricks

Cancel case – the proper way

Have you ever wondered what is the proper way to cancel a case in Bizagi? When I first started working as a technical BPM consultant, I learned to cancel the case using the following workflow pattern:


At the beginning of the process, you add a parallel gateway. One path takes the normal flow, while the other one goes into this cancel logic: an Intermediate event followed by a Terminate event.