Homepages are personalized landing boards tailored to specific roles, ensuring that when a member opens an application, they are seamlessly directed to their designated Board.
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What do homepages do?
Homepages allow you to designate the Board that a Member lands on when they open an application. Members are assigned homepages based on their role. When assigning a homepage, you must provide a name and you can also choose to provide a subtitle. The name will replace the title on the Board for members that use Board as their homepage.
|Once a Board is designated as a homepage, it will appear in the sidebar with a home icon next to the name of the Board.|| |
Members must have the Define Application Security Permission to set a homepage for a Role.
How to assign a homepage
Open the Application: Launch the application for which you want to assign a homepage.
Access Settings: In the sidebar, locate and click on
Navigate to Roles, Permissions & Access. Once in Settings, find and click on the option labeled
Roles, Permissions & Access.
Board Access Configuration: Under Roles, Permissions & Access, select
Board Access Configuration."
Set a Board as Homepage: Within Board access configuration, click on
Set a Board as homepage
Choose Board and Roles: Select the specific board you want to set as the homepage. Additionally, choose the roles that should have this board as their homepage.
Provide Homepage Details:
- Homepage name: Enter a name for the homepage. This name will appear as the board's title and on the sidebar next to the home icon.
- Subtitle (optional): You have the option to add a subtitle to provide additional context.
When setting a Board as a homepage, the provided title and subtitle will replace the existing title and subtitle for members that use Board as their homepage..