Working With Views and Feeds → Using Activity Views
Activity views give you easy access to work items based on feeds.
For example, an activity view contains one or more work item feeds, which typically show items that you are currently responsible for. The items may reside in different applications or you may have different responsibilities for each item. By combining multiple work item feeds into a single activity view, you can see all items requiring your action in one place.
When you view activities, information is organized in different categories; you can drill down into each category to see relevant information.
Two types of activity views are available:
A system view that by default shows all work items you own for the selected context (All, an application group, or a single application).
Your administrator may add other feeds to this view; you cannot delete these feeds, but you can add and remove your own feeds.
Can contain one or more feeds based on any criteria for the selected application context.
You can create private activity views or share them with other users. You can add work item feeds to views that are shared with you, but you cannot remove the feeds added by the creator or owner. For details, refer to Sharing Views.
Open activity views from the side menu or the Activities page to use all activity view features. For details, refer to Navigating Activity Views.
Add condensed activity widgets to dashboards to see only the activity ring or the work item list. For details, refer to Adding Widgets to Dashboard Views.
Additional options are available when you drill-down into an application or your view only includes one application, as shown in the following figure. Use the legend below the image to learn about these options.
Navigate back to the full activity view.
Click to update or transition multiple items at once. For details, refer to Using the Mass Update Feature.
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