The Social Media Governance Team is pleased to announce the release of Social Media Governance version 7.0! We have a number of updates in this upcoming release - including the launch of our new Home Dashboard and Events module! Here are a few highlights but use the Release Notes link below to check out the complete details of these and other updates
With Social Media Governance 7.0 the "Home" module has been transformed into an interactive dashboard - providing valuable metrics and insights into events and alerts needing your attention. Not only can you can customize the layout and data in your dashboard, but each widget provides "drill-down" capabilities to view more detailed information and take further action.
With the "Home" module being transitioned to your new interactive dashboard, we are introducing the new "Events" module. This provides a consolidated feed of ALL events requiring your attention - not just policy violations, but profile compliance and security events, and even Defend assets. And you can take action on all of these events right from this feed - a one-stop-shop!
As part of the new Events feed, you may frequently want to focus on certain types of events, or only those related to specific policies or groups. Now you can filter your Events feed, then save that view for easy / single-click reference later. You can create as many of these saved filters (views) as you would like, and even specify which of these is your default - ensuring that this is applied each time you initially login and access your Events feed.
We think the new interactive Dashboard is great, but you may spend most of your time in the Events feed. Or perhaps you are more focused on content within your Social Media Governance cache. With v7.0, you can select your own personal landing page. When you login to Social Media Governance you can immediately be directed to your Home dashboard, your Events feed, Archive, Profiles module, or Defend. It's your choice!
Note that everything within the dashboard is permission based, so any Reviewers can only see
information to which they have access authorized. Your Policy Violations feed is not going away.
For the full list of new features and what is contained in this release, please refer to the following to link for access to the current release notes.
If you have any questions, please contact Bob Tallman.