Camunda Modeler 1.15.0 Released

  • Blog
  • >
  • Camunda Modeler 1.15.0 Released

30 Day Free Trial

Bring together legacy systems, RPA bots, microservices and more with Camunda Platform 8

Join the Camunda Developer Newsletter

Get the latest events, release notes, and product updates straight to your mailbox.


We are happy to announce the latest release of our Camunda Modeler, version 1.15.0. The release ships with numerous small usability improvements. With a new version of our BPMN toolkit under the hood it brings the long-awaited ability to model data stores between participants/pools, too.

Data Stores can now be modeled between participants/pools

Download the Camunda Modeler from and start modeling right away.

BPMN Modeling Improvements

  • FEAT: allow data stores to be modeled between participants (#183)
  • FEAT: allow deletion of external labels, clearing text (#243)
  • FEAT: speed up BPMN diagram import by only rendering non-empty labels
  • CHORE: improve text rendering in BPMN diagrams
  • FIX: correct BPMN editor align button tooltip (#590)
  • FIX: make cycle option for BPMN intermediate timer events available again (#792, reverts a change in Camunda Modeler v1.14.0)
  • FIX: prevent BPMN element deletion when pressing DEL in BPMN properties panel (#680)

Other Improvements

  • FEAT: show loader when opening huge diagrams (#704)
  • FEAT: export image using native type chooser (#171)
  • FIX: correct edit menu on direct editing activation (#708)

Wrapping up

Download the latest Camunda Modeler release from

Do you miss anything? Did you spot a bug or would you like to suggest an improvement? Reach out to us via our forums or tweet us @Camunda.

Try All Features of Camunda Platform

Related Content

Get all the latest updates and recaps of what's happening in this live blog of CamundaCon 2023.
Get all the latest updates and recaps of what's happening in this live blog of CamundaCon 2023.
Learn how Connectors from a process orchestration solution like Camunda can pair with RPA tools to make automation easier.