More harmony in the new navigationWe introduced the new navigation in Webforum in November 2019 and now almost all users are on it. Since the start we have collected feedback and many of the changes we do are based on that feedback. Now we soften the red colour of the side bar to make it harmonise better with the rest of the user interface.
New navigation rolling out over the next few months - and minor updatesThe new navigation gives clearer context, especially for workspaces that have projects. It has a modern look and feel and gives you more room for your work by decluttering the navigation interface. Over the next few moths we will be rolling it out for all users. Right now users can choose to test the new navigation and with the February release we[..]
We listen to your feedback and introduce icons for lists in new navigationIssue lists are used in Webforum to create structured work processes with a lot of data. A mush more useful way of working that keeping these lists in excel! Issue lists are used for a great variety of processes, our customers can have a list for handling change requests, one for indemnities, and a checklist of things that need to be[..]
How do I work in projects with the new navigation?Navigating to a project After you have logged in to Webforum, you typically end up on the Start page. From there, you easily reach your project by clicking on "select project" in the header. This will open a list of the projects you have recently accessed with the option of searching for any project. Clicking on a project name will take you to the[..]
How do I use the new navigation on a workspace with no projects?In the new navigation you find your modules in a red menu on the left.The modules are shown as icons. You can see when the icons represent by hovering your mouse on them. Or click on the "hamburger" at the top of the side menu to expand it and quickly scan down the list of modules.
Be the first to try our new navigation!When we launched the project of updating Webforum's navigation, we had a vision: a modern look, more space for what really matters, and less confusion between the workspace and project levels.
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