Dynamic Home Pages
The Qualetics portal offers different views of data for different users. The Dynamic Home Pages feature allows users to set a default view or filtered set of data when accessing the portal. Pages that support this feature have a "Set as Default" hyperlink next to the title, which when clicked, activates a confirmation message and a Home symbol next to the page title. Upon activation, the user is redirected to the newly activated home page upon the next login or by clicking on the Home page icon in the navigation menu. To change a default landing page, the user can activate the "Set as Default" link on any page that supports Dynamic Home Pages. A confirmation message is shown upon clicking on the link.
Qualetics has several pages showing different views of data. For the different types of users using Qualetics, each user might prefer a view or a filtered set of data as their default view when they access the Qualetics portal. Dynamic home pages allows the capability to support the changing preferences of users.
In order to use this functionality, all the pages that support Dynamic home pages, show a hyperlink called "Set as Default", next to the page title.
For example, in the image below, the "Set as Default" is shown next to the page title "Product Analytics".
Clicking on the link "Set As Default" will activate the functionality and a confirmation message will be shown as below.
Upon activation of the Dynamic Home Page on Product Analytics, a Home symbol highlighted in blue will be shown next to Page Title, as below.
Once a page is activated as a Home page, the user is redirected to the newly activated home page upon the next login.
Clicking on the Home page icon in the navigation menu will also redirect the user to the new home page.
All pages that support Dynamic Home Pages will display the "Set as Default" link at all times.
In order to change a preferred landing page, the "Set as Default" link can be activated on any page, upon which the page will become the new home page.
In the example below, a custom dashboard created by a user called "Time Spent", displays the "Set as Default" option. (See Dashboards to learn how to create a custome Dashboard.
Upon clicking on "Set as Default", a success message is shown as below confirming the change.
Time spent Dashboard is now set as the default landing page or the Home page