View and Search for Signals

View and Search for the Signals designed for Processes as well as those automatically created for Collections. View which assets subscribe to each Signal via its catch events.


Your user account or group membership must have the "Signals: View Signals" permission to view and search for Signals unless your user account has the Make this user a Super Admin setting selected.

See the Signals permissions or ask your Administrator for assistance.

View All Signals

ProcessMaker Platform displays all Signals in one location. This makes it easy to manage these Signals.

Follow these steps to view all Signals in your organization:

  1. Ensure that you are logged on to ProcessMaker Platform.

  2. Click the Designer option from the top menu. The Designer Welcome Screen displays.

The Signals page displays the following information in tabular format about Signals:

  • ID: The ID column displays the Signal ID used to internally identify this Signal. ProcessMaker Platform uses the Signal ID to internally identify this Signal. Signals associated with Collection record events derive their Signal ID values with a prefix containing that Collection's name.

  • Name: The Name column displays the Signal name as it appears to a Process designers when designing Processes.

Create a Signal

Click the +Signal button. See Create a New Signal.

Search for a Signal

Use the Search setting to filter Signals that display.

Edit a Signal

Click the Edit icon. See Edit a Signal.

Delete a Signal

Search for a Signal

Use the Search function to filter all Signals from the Signals page based on your entered text.

Follow these steps to search for a Signal:

  1. View your Signals. The Signals tab displays.

  2. Enter in the Search setting the text to filter Signals using any of the following criteria:

    • ID: Filter by the Signal ID that displays in the ID column.

    • Name: Filter by the Signal name that displays in the Name column.

As you enter text into the Search setting, Signals display that match your entered text.

No Search Results?

If there are no search results, the following message displays: No Data Available.

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