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How to Create Embedded Sub-process from Existing Process Model

The embedded sub-process in Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) specifies its activities will share the same set of data as its parent process. Usually this is for grouping various actions into a sub-process which do not require to be reusable. If you already have a well-defined process model, this could be painful if you need to convert part of the process model into an embedded sub-process. In this video you will learn how to create embedded sub-process form your existing process model in a single click.

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