Project Dashboard

Last modified on January 31st, 2017.


Each Innoslate project has it's own 'Dashboard', it's the first screen you see whenever you access a project and it serves as your project’s home page. Any time after a successful log in to Innoslate or when switching projects you will be automatically navigated to that project’s 'Dashboard'. Here you can access helpful getting started links, send feedback to us about Innoslate, and keep up-to-date on your project’s status, database changes and model maturity all in one place.

Project Dashboard Example

The individual boxes of information displayed on the 'Dashboard' are called panels. This view is comprised of a set of panels which can be shown or hidden and most can be sorted in any order you like.

 

Navigating to Project Dashboard

If "pinned" to the top navigation bar, you can access the 'Dashboard' directly by clicking the 'Dashboard' button on the top navigation bar as shown below:

Click the Dashboard Button

Otherwise, from any view of Innoslate open the 'MENU' dropdown and click the 'Dashboard' menu item under the "General" section as shown below:

Click the Dashboard Menu Item

 

Available Panels

Below is a list of available panels and a short description, click on the name of a panel for more information.

Panel Description
Getting Started Panel The 'Getting Started Panel' provides direct links to functions in Innoslate relevant to your area of interest to help get you started.
Recent Notifications Panel The 'Recent Notifications Panel' displays notifications of database changes to your Innoslate project.
Model Maturity Panel The 'Model Maturity Panel' provides results of a five category assessment ran against your model to determine maturity.
Statistics Panel The 'Statistics Panel' displays a sunburst representation of your project’s database.
Send Feedback Panel The 'Send Feedback Panel' provides a dedicated direct line to Innoslate developers.
 

Customizing Project Dashboard

For more information on customizing the 'Dashboard', see Customizing Project Dashboard.

Project Dashboard

Last modified on January 31st, 2017. 


Each Innoslate project has it’s own ‘Dashboard’, it’s the first screen you see whenever you access a project and it serves as your project’s home page. Any time after a successful log in to Innoslate or when switching projects you will be automatically navigated to that project’s ‘Dashboard’. Here you can access helpful getting started links, send feedback to us about Innoslate, and keep up-to-date on your project’s status, database changes and model maturity all in one place.

Project Dashboard Example

The individual boxes of information displayed on the ‘Dashboard’ are called panels. This view is comprised of a set of panels which can be shown or hidden and most can be sorted in any order you like.

Navigating to Project Dashboard

If “pinned” to the top navigation bar, you can access the ‘Dashboard’ directly by clicking the ‘Dashboard’ button on the top navigation bar as shown below:

Click the Dashboard Button

Otherwise, from any view of Innoslate open the ‘MENU’ dropdown and click the ‘Dashboard’ menu item under the “General” section as shown below:

Click the Dashboard Menu Item

 

Available Panels

Below is a list of available panels and a short description, click on the name of a panel for more information.

Panel Description
Getting Started Panel The ‘Getting Started Panel’ provides direct links to functions in Innoslate relevant to your area of interest to help get you started.
Recent Notifications Panel The ‘Recent Notifications Panel’ displays notifications of database changes to your Innoslate project.
Model Maturity Panel The ‘Model Maturity Panel’ provides results of a five category assessment ran against your model to determine maturity.
Statistics Panel The ‘Statistics Panel’ displays a sunburst representation of your project’s database.
Send Feedback Panel The ‘Send Feedback Panel’ provides a dedicated direct line to Innoslate developers.
 

Customizing Project Dashboard

For more information on customizing the ‘Dashboard’, see Customizing Project Dashboard.