Featured Storyboards Guide

Featured Storyboards is the exciting new highlight panel designed to put your most important Storyboards front and center of your One Model instance.

Design a collection of Storyboards to share in the Featured Storyboards panel to enable users to quickly explore the data on your key topics such as compensation and benefits, diversity and inclusion, turnover and retention, or key metric trends. 

The Featured Storyboards panel will automatically open when you log into your One Model instance or you can set it to auto-hide. But, don’t worry, you can quickly open the Featured Storyboards panel from the icon at the top right of the main navigation bar any time from anywhere in the application. 

The Featured Storyboards panel displays only those Storyboards a user has permission to view based on your role-based security settings. Admins will need to ensure they have the Storyboard Administrator permission to add, edit or delete Storyboards in the Featured Storyboards panel. 

Permissions

There are two permission levels;

  1. Admin 
    1. Administrators with the Application Access Permission 'Storyboard Administrator' can edit the Featured Storyboards panel. Storyboard Administrators will be able to see and configure all the Featured Storyboard Cards, however access to the storyboards are still permissioned with standard permissions such as: 
      • CanCreateDashboards
      • CanEditDashboards
      • CanPublishDashboards
  1. User
    1. Users will need the Application Access Permission ‘CanViewDashboards’ applied to each of the Featured Storyboards to view them. Users without this permission will not be able to view. 
    2. Data Access Role permissions govern the actual Storyboards users are able to view based on which roles they are in.

Where to find

The display panel with the Featured Storyboards.  

1. Users will be able to view the Featured Storyboard panel and icon if Featured Storyboards have been configured with appropriate permissions. 

If they have the Storyboard Administrator permission, then they will be able to add and edit the Featured Storyboards as indicated by the appearance of the pencil icon at the top right of the Featured Storyboards panel. 

Admins and Users have the option to ‘Always show panel on app start’ or unselect this option to hide the Featured Storyboards panel when starting your One Model instance. 

2. The next place to find your Featured Storyboards is through the icon in the main navigation bar.  Just click on the Featured Storyboards icon at the top right of the main navigation bar to open the Featured Storyboards panel. 

Set up your Featured Storyboards panel header

Customize your Featured Storyboards panel header by adding an image, custom title and subtitle to your Featured Storyboards panel. For example, instead of “Featured Storyboards”, you might want to call it something like “Guided Insights” or something else that best fits your situation.

 

 

To rename your Featured Storyboards panel:

  1. Click on the Featured Storyboards icon at the top right of the main navigation bar.
  2. Click on the pencil icon at the top right of the Featured Storyboards panel

  1. Click on the pencil icon in the far left box to add an image

  1. Type in your title (noting the 64 maximum character limit)
  2. Type in your subtitle (noting the the 74 maximum character limit)
  3. Click the save icon

If you do not see the pencil icon to edit the Featured Storyboards panel, it means that you do not have the Storyboard Administrator permission.  

Add or Edit

You can add or edit up to 12 Storyboards to the Featured Storyboards panel by entering Edit Mode (pencil icon). 

  1. Click on the Featured Storyboards icon at the top right of the main navigation bar.
  2. Click on the pencil icon at the top right of the Featured Storyboards panel

  1. Click the + Add More 

  1. Add an image or use the default image provided
  2. Use the dropdown menu to link to a Storyboard
  3. Add a title

  1. To edit, make your changes
  2. Click the save icon

Delete

Delete any of the Featured Storyboards that appear on the panel by clicking on the pencil icon at the top right of the Featured Storyboards panel. 

  1. Click on the Featured Storyboards icon at the top right of the main navigation bar.

  1. Click on the pencil icon at the top right of the Featured Storyboards panel

  1. Click on the trash can to delete. ** Note that this action only deletes the Storyboard from the Featured Storyboards panel. It does not delete the Storyboard from your One Model instance. **

  1. Click the save icon  

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