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This article provides an overview of the inRiver Dashboard.
Video: Restyled UI
For a two-minute video walkthrough of the restyled inRiver UI, check out this article.
The inRiver Dashboard replaces the current portal landing page. Below is a screenshot of the dashboard:
New User Interface
The first thing users will notice with the dashboard is its new user interface. The dashboard's new interface is the first iteration of a new design that will be adopted in other areas of inRiver in the future, thus providing users with a glimpse of what lies ahead.
New User Experience
The dashboard also delivers a new user experience. The long-term goal of the dashboard is to provide uses with a more personal, widget-based experience. This will provide users with an overview of their ongoing activities, what has happened since they were last signed in and allow them to jump right back to where they left off.
For an overview of the widgets on the inRiver dashboard, read this article.
Top Navigation Bar
The dashboard also introduces a new top navigation bar that includes a new navigational structure and menu bar along with a new toolbar.
The menu bar (1) allows users to seamlessly navigate between the inRiver functionality that they have permission to access whilst creating a more unified product experience.
The top navigation bar also introduces a new toolbar (2) allowing users to view jobs, perform quick searches, access the inRiver Community, tasks and user details settings.
For more information about the top navigation bar, read this article.