Getting Started Panel

Last modified on August 12th, 2015.


This section contains more detailed information about the 'Getting Started Panel'.

The purpose of the 'Getting Started Panel', as shown below, is to supply you with direct links to functions in Innoslate relevant to your area of interest to help get you started with using Innoslate.

Getting Started Panel

First, you must select an area of interest by clicking on the input field labeled “What is your primary area of interest?” and choosing an option from the dropdown as shown below. Interest area options include Architecture, Functional Analysis, Full Lifecycle Management, Operations & Support, Physical Modeling, Program Management, Requirements Analysis & Management, and Verification & Validation.

Select an Area of Interest

The panel content will slide across to reveal a set of links based on the area of interest you selected. For example below is the result if you selected Requirements Analysis & Management for example:

Interest Area Selected

In general, links with a plus icon create something new, links with a document icon navigate to 'Import Analyzer', links with a folder icon automatically import a sample project and links with an arrow pointing to the top right are external links to documentation.

If you would like to hide this panel, click the Dismiss link at the top right of the 'Getting Started Panel' as shown below to hide the panel.

Dismiss Panel

 
Please Note:

Getting Started Panel

Last modified on August 12th, 2015. 


This section contains more detailed information about the ‘Getting Started Panel’.

The purpose of the ‘Getting Started Panel’, as shown below, is to supply you with direct links to functions in Innoslate relevant to your area of interest to help get you started with using Innoslate.

Getting Started Panel

First, you must select an area of interest by clicking on the input field labeled “What is your primary area of interest?” and choosing an option from the dropdown as shown below. Interest area options include Architecture, Functional Analysis, Full Lifecycle Management, Operations & Support, Physical Modeling, Program Management, Requirements Analysis & Management, and Verification & Validation.

Select an Area of Interest

The panel content will slide across to reveal a set of links based on the area of interest you selected. For example below is the result if you selected Requirements Analysis & Management for example:

Interest Area Selected

In general, links with a plus icon create something new, links with a document icon navigate to ‘Import Analyzer’, links with a folder icon automatically import a sample project and links with an arrow pointing to the top right are external links to documentation.

If you would like to hide this panel, click the Dismiss link at the top right of the ‘Getting Started Panel’ as shown below to hide the panel.

Dismiss Panel

 

Please Note:
  • Click the ‘<< Back' button if you would like to reset the panel so that you may choose a different area of interest and therefore have a different set of links displayed.