1. Titles and Toolbars

    2. Homepage

    3. Curator Styles

    4. Group Overrides

    1. Pages Overview

    2. Tiles

    3. Error Pages

    4. SSRS Embedding

    5. Explorer

    6. User Customized Metrics

    1. Tutorials

    2. Search

    3. Managing Menus

    4. Menu Items

    5. Keywords

    6. Files

    7. Notices

    8. Loading Screens

    1. Embedded Tableau Server Views

    2. Thumbnails

    3. Tagged Workbooks

    4. Favorites

    5. Email Subscriptions

    6. Data Export

    7. Download Workbook

    8. Share Workbook

    9. Custom Views

    10. Pause/Resume Changes

    11. Dashboard Titles

    1. Filters

    2. Parameters

    3. Apply Button

    4. Filter Categories

    5. Hidden Sticky Filters/Parameters

    6. Specify Filter Sheet

    7. Mark Commenting

    8. URL Action Overrides (Link Target)

    9. Hidden Dashboards

    10. Replace Dashboard URLs

    11. Site Switcher

    12. Cache Filter/Parameter Options

    1. Data Manager Basics

    2. Web Data Connector (WDC)

    3. Connecting to Data Manager

    4. User Commenting

    5. Field Calculations

    1. Overview and Enabling

    2. Report Builder: Scheduled Reports Option

    3. Report Builder: Email Option

    4. Report Builder: Watermark Text

    1. Automatic License Provisioning

    2. Just-in-time (JIT) Provisioning

    3. Users and Groups

    4. Reset User's Password

    1. Frontend User Permissions

    2. Password Change

    3. Password Reset

    4. Password Expiration and Complexity

    1. E-mail Configuration

    1. Force SSL

    2. Trusted Tickets

    3. Basic HTTP Authentication

    1. Import / Export

    2. Backend Users

    3. Frontend Users

    4. Updating License Key

    5. Linux: Cron Troubleshooting

    6. Filesystem Permissions

    7. Backend Administrator Password Reset

    8. Dependency Updates

    9. Manual Restoration of Curator Backup

    10. Updating Curator Logging

    11. Third Party Cookies

    12. Troubleshooting Load Times

    13. Curator Backup

    14. Taking a Manual Full Backup

    1. System Upgrade

    2. Disable Curator Upgrades

    3. Offline Upgrades (Airgapped)

    4. Troubleshooting Upgrades

    1. Scripts

    2. Commands

    3. Subscription Routing

    1. Curator API Overview

    2. Integration

    3. Curator API

    4. Tableau API

    5. Content

    6. User API

    1. Username Mapping

Documentation: Pages

Tiles

Creating a central location to link all of the content users have access to is a breeze with Curator's tiles feature. You can bring in content that pulls across different source-systems, from Curator's page system, as well as adding in your own custom links to send users to other useful websites.

NOTE: All tiles, unless specifically overridden, will respect the permissions of what the user has access to. If there are any group restrictions on menu items, those will be taken into account. Second, it will check the source-system permission (e.g. Tableau, Power BI, etc.). Then finally will look at the individual item's permission (e.g. Restrict Access on a file).

Tile Types

You can quickly add tiles into your page in a few clicks. To give you more insight into what each of these tiles allow you to display for your users, we've provided a brief description of each section below:

Dashboards Dashboard Tiles allow you to link to analytic content that you have brought into Curator. This links from any source-system, be it Tableau, Power BI, or Thoughtspot - anything that Curator supports natively! This runs through a permissions check to make sure the user has access, and can be sorted to your preference. The default sorting after your preference will be to place user-favorited dashboards first, then order them by visit, and finally by alphabetical order.

Pages Page Tiles allow you to link to other pages you have created on Curator. You may want to embed a "contact us" page, create a feedback form, link to other detail pages, or maybe even use our explorer feature to allow users to browse through all the content they can see. Whatever you want to create within Curator, Page Tiles can specifically link to that content.

Menus Menu Tiles repeat the same-level menu items as the menu you've linked to. So if you want to display all the top-level menu items someone has access to, you can add in a link to your highest menu item, and it will display all the links one level below the link you've selected. It's an easy way to allow people a more visual exploration while still maintaining the guardrails of your neatly maintained menu system.

Keyword Pages Keyword Page Tiles pull in content of any sort so long as it has been associated with a specific keyword on Curator. Linking this content together allows you to logically group things at a topic level that may not make sense to be grouped in other ways. It unifies areas that cut across your site in a categorically succinct manner.

External URL External URLs can be created in the Navigation section, and allow you to link to other websites.

Media Media brings in any content that has been uploaded to Curator's Files system. This allows you to link to specific files (e.g. PDFs) that are hosted on Curator. Files can have security applied directly to them without needing to be added to the menu.

Custom Mix For when you want bring in anything and everything someone has access to. This combines all the tile types listed here and displays content based on the criteria you've chosen.

Managed Instances (Enterprise Only) If your users have access to multiple Curator sites that you've deployed through Central Dispatch, this tile-type will allow them to view all the different Curator sites they have access to.

Tile Style

Tile Style can be selected on the Page Styles menu when tiles are selected in the Page Builder. The tile style selection includes shapes in Square, Small Horizontal, Boxy, Circle, and Hex.

Tile styles in Page Builder is independent of the Global tile styles in Portal Settings. You are able to have different tile styles for different Pages, but the same Dashboards have to have the same tile style.