The impact user interface is divided into three main areas: navigation, program tree and workspace
Especially with larger measure programs, the search function enables to quickly navigate to a desired program tree element (Measure, Measure Package, Project).
Depending on the filter settings across the drop-down menus, only filtered measures and the corresponding measure packages, projects and programs within the program tree are displayed.
Two combinable filters are available: Degree of Implementation and status of the measure.
Displays with which user role and the associated rights a selected program tree element is viewed, e.g. more functionalities are available to the PMO than to a person responsible for measures.
Depending on the stored user profile, different “AppMods” are enabled/visible for the user. The selection can be made between “impact” (view of measures), “ User Administration” and “PMO”.
Logout/program tree filter:
- You can log out of impact and end the user session by using the drop-down menu next to your username.
- Further, you can set units and currency.
- Additionally, you can access your user profile e.g. to change your password or select a different program language.
The various functionalities of impact, such as “Process”, “Profile Overview” or “Implementation” can be accessed and used via the tabs. Alternatively, you can use the drop-down menu on the right to navigate between the visible tabs in the workspace if not all tabs are displayed due to the screen width.
You activate full-screen mode for either the program tree or the workspace via the icon and deactivate it via the icon.
Analogous to the explorer logic, you can click on an element in the program tree structure (program, project, measure package, measure) to display and edit the content of the element in the workspace.
Depending on the stored user profile and assignment of responsibilities, a user sees only the program tree elements relevant to him/her and can edit them.
The program tree elements can be expanded and collapsed using the arrow icons.
The selection of a program tree element influences the visibility of the navigation tabs in the workspace.
- The workspace is used to edit the content of the program tree elements. Depending on the selected element, different tabs and masks become visible, which can be edited.
- The navigation tabs can be accessed either directly or via links from the measure's process.