The Brightidea landing page incorporates new activity and displays a whole new look in the Brightidea community!
- The Landing page is not a substitute for a Brightidea profile - this is a page meant for users to see a full overview of your activity in your innovation community when logging into Brightidea.
- Administrators can add widgets to the landing page as well as edit via CSS.
- The member landing page can be found in one of dynamic fields choices in your navigation selection under "Member Landing Page"
- The full URL is: https://yourcompany.brightidea.com/ct/c_member_landing.bix?a=OD____
- This page is available to all users in the Brightidea system.
Table of Contents
- Search Bar
- Access to Profile
- Activity Feed
- Action Items
- Private Messages
- Projects I'm Following
- People I'm Following
- Your Statistics
- My Challenges
- My Communities
- Important things to Note:
- The search bar allows for easy access for searching across the system on the top right.
- Users can search ideas, projects, users, WebStorms, and more!
- Clicking on "Edit Profile" will allow users to edit your profile personal profile information.
- Users may also change your profile picture here.
- More information around the Brightidea profile here
- The new member landing page allow users to post updates by typing in the text box.
- The user also have the ability to upload a photo or video along with your update post.
- The user can also comment on the activity of other users.
- The number next to the "Action Items" tab indicates the number of open action items that a user has.
- Open action items may be in the form of scorecards or proposals.
- The "Action Items" page is divided into two sections, "Open Action Item" and "Completed Action Item."
- The date that an open action item is required to be completed by is shown to the right of a proposal or scorecard, and the the date that a completed action item was completed by is also shown to the right.
- It will give hyperlinks to access the users' action items to complete their tasks.
- Review this article on how to trigger action items
- The number next to the "Messages" tab indicates the number of unread messages.
- Review this article around private messages within Brightidea
- Users are able to manage their private messages between other Brightidea users here as well as sending a new message.
- The "Ideas" page is divided into three sections,"Posted Ideas," "Idea Draft" and "Comment On Ideas."
- In the "Posted Ideas" section, users are able to view details and manage ideas that you have posted.
- The "Idea Draft" section allows usersto edit Ideas that were not yet submitted but were saved as drafts.
- The "Comment On Ideas" sections allows users to view comments that they have made on ideas.
- The "Proposals" page displays all the proposals that the user is the owner of, as well as all proposals that you are participating in.
- To the right of a proposal displays the number of collaborators as well as the date it was updated.
- The "Projects" page displays all the projects the user is working on.
- To the right of a particular projects displays the number of collaborators as well as the date it was created or updated.
- All projects the user is affiliated with (owner or team) will be revealed on the "Projects" widget on the landing page when you login to WebStorm
- Click "Show all" to see an un-collapsed complete list
Projects I'm Following
- Displays all projects the user is currently following.
People I'm Following
- Displays the users the user is following.
- They will receive updates in their updates feed on their activity.
- Displays all statistics regarding the users' idea submissions, comments, and voting.
- Displays all WebStorms the user has access to.
- The Campaign (WebStorm) list on the member landing page has no defined logic that determines the order.
- It is not alphabetical or numerical.
- Displays access to any respective communities.
Important things to Note:
- The Member Landing page is hard coded for what is there now, but we can add mostly any widget(s) to this page.
- Users can access the member landing page by going to the Enterprise URL and simply adding "/home" at the end.
- Using domain restriction, administrator(s) can limit which users can see the Member Landing page by using email domain.
- If no domain restriction is set, any user can access this page.