The landing page for Adobe Analytics brings together both Analysis Workspace and Reports & Analytics (end-of-lifed) in a single interface and access point under the Workspace umbrella. It features a project manager home page, an updated reports menu, modernized reports, and a learning section to help you with getting started more effectively. Here is a video overview:
|Expand Projects table to full screen
|To expand the table, just click the hamburger menu icon. This action will collapse the left-rail tabs.
|Customize column width
|Previously, the column width was fixed. Now you can adjust it by dragging the column separator.
|Reorder pinned items
|To move pinned items up and down, click the ellipsis next to the pinned item and select Move up or Move down.
|New table columns
|Click the Customize table icon at the top right of the table. New table columns include:
|Single click to open a report
|Previously, you had to double click.
|New links to Reports & Analytics reports
|New out-of-the-box reports
|Create Project modal is back
|When you click Create Project in Workspace, you once again get the choice between a Blank project and a Blank mobile scorecard. You can also choose from any templates your company has created.
|Also available in Customer Journey Analytics
|This landing page, in a modified form, is also available in Customer Journey Analytics.
Projects serves as the Workspace home page. The Projects tab displays the Company folder, any personal folders you created, your projects, and Mobile scorecards. Use this page to view, create, and modify folders, projects, and mobile scorecards. For more information, see About Folders in Analytics.
Several of the following settings persist during the session and across sessions. For example, the tab you selected, the selected filters, selected columns, and the column sort direction. Search results are not persistent.
|Lets you View Tutorials, and Edit user preferences.
|Opens the project modal where you can create a Workspace project or a Mobile scorecard or open a company template.
|Toggles between not showing and showing the banner:
|Creates a blank Workspace project for you to design and build.
|Creates a blank mobile scorecard for you to design and build.
|Open Training Tutorial
|Opens the Workspace training tutorial that guides you through the process of building a new starter project in a step-by-step tutorial.
|Open release notes
|Opens the Adobe Analytics section of the latest Adobe Experience Cloud release notes.
|Filters by tags, report suites, owners, types, and other filters (Mine, Shared with me, Favorites, and Approved)
|Searches all columns in the table.
|Selects one or more projects to display the project management actions you can perform: Delete, Share, Rename, Copy, Unpin, Move Up, Move Down, Tag, Approve, Export CSV, and Move to. You may not have permissions to perform all listed actions.
|Adds a star next to a favorite project or folder that can be used as a filter.
|Identifies the name of the project.
|Pins items so they always appear at the top of your list but you can re-adjust the order by moving them up or down in the order. Use the ellipsis option menu and select Move Up or Move down in the list.
|Info (i) icon
|Displays the following information about a project: Type, Project Role, Owner, Description, and who it is shared with. It also indicates who can edit or duplicate this project.
|Displays the project management actions you can perform: Delete, Share, Rename, Copy, Unpin, Move Up, Move Down, Tag, Approve, Export CSV, and Move to. You may not have permissions to perform all listed actions.
|Indicates whether this type is a Workspace project, a Mobile scorecard, or a folder.
|Tags projects to organize them into groups.
|Identifies the project roles: whether you are the project Owner and whether you have permissions to Edit or Duplicate the project.
|Identifies the Report Suites that are associated with the project.
Tables and visualizations within a panel derive data from the report suite selected in the top right of the panel. The report suite also determines what components are available in the left rail. Within a project, you can use one or many report suites depending on your analysis use cases. The list of report suites is sorted on relevance. Adobe defines relevance based on how recently and frequently the suite has been used by the current user, and how frequently the suite is used within the organization.
|Identifies the person who created the project.
|Identifies the date you last opened the project.
|Customize table icon
|Selects which columns to view in the table. To add or remove columns from the list of projects, click the column icon ( ) in the top-right, then select or deselect column titles.
|SHOW: Folders & Projects or All Projects
|Changes the view setting on the table to show folders and projects according to your folder organization or show all of your projects in an unorganized list.
|< (Back button)
|Returns you to your most recent landing page configuration in a Workspace project or a report. The page configuration you had when you left the landing page will persist when you return.
With the release of the new landing page, we deprecated Project Manager as listed under the Components manager. The new landing page handles all of the functionality of the old Project Manager page and more.
One common use case for the Project Manager page was to view all your projects.
To view all of your projects on the new landing page by using the filter rail, select OTHER FILTERS and then select Show all.
If you’re in the “Folders & Projects” view, a modal will pop-up asking if you want to switch to the “All projects” view which makes it easier to view all of your projects outside of any folders that they may be organized in. Select Switch to “All projects” view to better view all of the projects you have access to.
Another use case for Admins is to manage company reports in order to delete, rename, tag, or approve reports. For information about managing reports, see Managing company reports.
The Reports tab consolidates the following sets of reports:
Consider the following when using reports:
For more information about the Reports tab in Analysis Workspace, including viewing and saving reports, see Use pre-built reports.
For information about creating and managing custom company reports, see Create and manage company reports.
The Learning page contains hands-on video tours, tutorials, and links to documentation.
Use the Learning page in Adobe Analytics to learn beginner, intermediate, or advanced features and use-cases in Adobe Analytics.
Users can set their preferred landing page.
Go to Analytics > Components > Preferences > General.
Check which landing page you would prefer:
Admins can hide the Reports tab for all users within their organization.
|Where are the templates that I am used to seeing in Workspace?
|These templates are grouped under the Reports tab.
|Does the work I do in the beta program UI carry over to the production Workspace experience?
|Yes, any work done in the beta carries over to the old/current Workspace experience.
|Are my previous Reports & Analytics favorites carried over?
|No, they are NOT carried forward. However, any Workspace project favorites are carried over.
|Is there a maximum number of projects I can pin?
|No, there is no limit on the number of projects you can pin.
|Can admins designate this landing page for their users?
|No, admins cannot designate the landing page on behalf of users. Individual users must turn on the toggle themselves.
|Are all reports that existed in Reports & Analytics still available?
|No, the following reports were phased out, based on overall usage data: