Digimind is a powerful and highly flexible tool. This article will help you identify the ways in which you would like to use it and help you set up your first Digimind project. In addition, if you are a Digimind Client, you will be able to consult our CI Project Checklist on this page.
Identify Your Needs And Scope
The first step in using any tool is to work out why you are using it and what you expect to gain from it. This video explains how Digimind can help answer your CI needs.
Before diving into the details it is a good idea to have a global vision of the steps you need to take to set up a CI project. Click to read a useful post.
Here you will find out how to avoid the common mistakes people can make when setting up a project.
The internet is an enormous and ever-growing collection of information and sources; some of which will be pertinent to your needs and others less so. This article will help you map the sources you need to include in your project.
Switch on Digimind!
New users of Digimind can look at this page, which outlines the steps to success for Digimind. You need to be one of our clients in order to access this page.
Publish and Share
You can modify the look and feel of your reports. This article shows you how to rework the report template to match your corporate style and your needs.
You can change the style for newsletters. Read this to find out more.
Recipients of Watchlists are able to customise the contents of what they receive. Find out more about the differences between newsletters and Watchlists in this post.
This section of the Help and Training Center contains more information on Watchlists, for administrators who will be setting them up and for users who will be reading and personalizing them.
Shared dashboards are collective working spaces. They can be used to share access to DCF searches, alerts from agents, validated information or graphs.
Read this post to find out more about the difference between shared and personal dashboards.
Post-its are a very useful additions to a shared dashboard. You can use them to leave contact details, important messages and an indication of the structure of the dashboard. Find out more on this link.