Only two major view types actually visualise links in the view:
- Map view. Draws all links both starting and ending on the map. Stub links are drawn on objects with links whose source or destination is off the current map. Counts of links are given for such stubs although web links are not included. Stubs are not drawn for web links alone.
- Timeline view. Draws all links whose starting and ending objects both lie within the timeline, i.e. all events descended from the view container (so unlike maps showing links that join items at different outline depth). Any links whose source or destination is outside the current timeline are not drawn at all. Unlike maps, link labels are not drawn.
Visualisation of links is controlled via Document Settings/Maps and the settings on the Document Inspector Links tab. Customisation of visualisation is possible down to the granularity of individual links types, but not individual links themselves. Bezier (curved) links can be drawn in a more expressive 'broad' style. Prototype links are not displayed (or counted) by default—see more.