When a user logs in, the system redirects the user to the homepage that the admin configured for their role. It uses the following priorities in deciding which role’s homepages to apply:
- Process Administrators
- Source Processors
- Default Users
- Other roles defined by the admin in alphabetical order
If no homepage is configured then the system redirects to the dashboard.
NOTE: If a user is included in more than one role, he/she will be given the homepage of the highest weight role, where role '1. Administrator' has the highest weight and '5. Other roles' the lowest.
The big advantage of defining a homepage per role is that a user ends up directly at the place which is important to him / her. If a table of contents view is selected, it does not have to be published first. Because publication is no longer necessary to make a home page available, maintaining the navigation structure becomes a lot easier. This is because the table of contents work set can be updated as often as desired, without blocking the way to the other work sets (the URL remains the same).
Creating a homepage per role is an option that you can choose as admin and assign per user role. This brings an average BlueDolphin user directly to the place where he / she can find information and can be assisted with navigation through the BlueDolphin overviews.
Go to Admin
And select "Roles" under the menu option "Identity and access".
Select the role you want to define a shomepage for and go to the field "Default homepage" as shown on the right. Please note that the starting value of the URL is already filled in and cannot be changed.
(See figure homepage per reel 1 in the appendix)
TIP: If you need to navigate back to the home page quickly, for example if you want to navigate back from a BPMN toolbox, you can do so with a single click.
Click on the text "BLUEDOLPHIN" in the blue title bar and you will jump back to your homepage.
(See image Home page per reel 2 in the appendix)