Work Center presents information to you through views. Most views use feeds to aggregate data into a similar format.
Shows reports, condensed activity views, and external Web pages in "widget" containers. You can add multiple widgets and arrange them to best suit your information needs.
Refer to Using Dashboard Views.
Shows work items from one or more work item feeds, enabling you to easily navigate to information pertinent to your daily work.
Refer to Using Activity Views.
Shows calendar feeds, giving you a date-based view of information in a calendar format.
Refer to Using Calendar Views.
Shows backlog feeds that provide a prioritized list of work items and progress reports that help you monitor completion rates.
Refer to Using Backlog Views.
Shows items from work item feeds or external feeds and enables you to view and manage items across different stages of a project.
Refer to Using Kanban Boards.
Select a view from the side menu to work with views of that type. For example, click Activities to manage and run activity views. Activities are shown for this example, but the options apply to all view types.
Click a view in the list to run it. System and shared views are indicated by the orange icon (). For details, refer to Sharing Views.
Feeds provide a way to aggregate data into various types of views.
Each feed type applies to a specific view type. Available feed types are:
Available for activity views and Kanban boards. Work Item feeds can return items from all applications or from a single application. For details, refer to Creating Work Item Feeds for Activity Views.
Available for calendar views. Calendar feeds can return items from a single application or auxiliary table. For details, refer to Creating Calendar Feeds.
Available for calendar views. Calendar external data feeds can return external items from a third-party. For details, refer to Calendar External Data Feeds.
Available for backlog views. Backlog feeds can return items from a single application. For details, refer to Creating Backlog Feeds
Available for Kanban boards. External feeds can return items from applications outside of SBM. For details, refer to Creating Kanban Feeds.
Feeds can have one of these application contexts:
Global feeds can be defined from your user profile or from All.
Can be created from a view when an application group is selected.
Can be created from any location.
Feeds have three access levels:
Visible only to the user who created the feed.
Visible to other users.
Visible to all users. Cannot be modified.
When viewing a list of feeds, you can click the preview icon () to view the feed data as a non-editable listing report. Note that the icon does not appear on feeds that are used in system views.
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