As an Adobe Workfront administrator or a group administrator, you can use a layout template to configure the options users see when they open the Main Menu in Workfront:
The Main Menu options that users see depend on their license type and what settings are configured in their access level. Some users who will use this layout template may not see all the options you choose here. For more information see How access levels and permissions work together and Configurable access to functionality for each object type.
For information about layout templates for groups, see Create and modify a group’s layout templates.
You must have the following access to perform the steps in this article:
|Adobe Workfront plan||Any|
|Adobe Workfront license||Plan|
|Access level configurations||
To perform these steps at the system level, you need the System Administrator access level. To perform them for a group, you must be a manager of that group.
NOTE: If you still don't have access, ask your Workfront administrator if they set additional restrictions in your access level. For information on how a Workfront administrator can modify your access level, see Create or modify custom access levels.
Begin working on a layout template, as described in Create and manage layout templates.
Click Set Main Menu near the upper-right corner.
In the Main Menu box that appears, you can see the items that are currently active in the Main Menu for the template, as well as the items that are available to add. The following are all the possible items that can be added:
By default, Home displays as My Updates for Review-license users, unless they have a layout template associated with their profile that includes the My Updates area in the Main Menu.
The Scenario Planner is available only in the new Adobe Workfront experience and requires an additional license. For information about the Workfront Scenario Planner, see The Scenario Planner overview.
Only users with a Plan license can see Users in the Main Menu.
This requires an additional license. For information about Workfront Goals, see Adobe Workfront Goals overview.
Campaigns are available in the Preview environment when you participate in the Campaigns beta program. The functionality described here might not be fully available yet. For more information about current available features and how to enroll, see Campaigns beta.
Do any of the following:
You can also click Cancel at any time if you want to discard your changes.
Continue customizing the layout template.
If you are finished customizing, click Save.
You can click Save at any time to save your progress, then continue to modify the template later.
For more information about layout templates, see Create and manage layout templates.