New "dashboard" experience is here and it has a new name (hint: Home)!

by Optimizely ‎12-09-2014 December 9, 2014

You have been giving us great feedback to make your overall Optimizely experience better. And today we are excited to announce that we have rebuilt the "dashboard" experience from ground up.  This has been in beta for the past couple weeks and we have heard great feedback from hundreds of customers. We are starting to roll it out to all of our customers. You will switch to the next experience over the next few days.


With this revamp we are also naming this experience Optimizely Home. Your new Optimizely Home page has been designed for speed and efficiency to enable you to get the most out of your Optimizely experience. It brings all your Optimizely information in one place - experiments, integrations, settings and collaborators. And you can take action right from here, without needing to load the editor.


Here are some of the key benefits:


Stay organized, be informed

View all your experiment level information in one place. Search, sort and filter your experiments or add descriptions with #tags for easy organization. You can start, stop and pause your experiments right from here and in batch if you need to.


Take swift action

With the new Home page, you can easily take action on your data. Preview your experiments and edit them right from the sidebar without needing to load the editor. Update your goals, audiences, URL targeting and traffic allocation easily.


Manage with ease

Everything you need to manage your projects is here. View all your integrations and configure default settings for every experiment. Add collaborators to your account or change their permissions. Manage your project level settings conveniently.


You can learn more about it in this knowledge base article.


Many thanks to Optiverse community for their feedback. Here are some of the product ideas that have been incorporated by this release: @Julita (experiment descriptions), @jcdc (consolidated settings), @JBertling (logo click to home), @jrichardson (Search by experiment ID),  @rhutchings (Add notes), @jonohey (Rename experiment from Home)


Keep your ideas and feedback coming!


Here is what the new Home page looks like:


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by greg
‎12-10-2014 December 10, 2014

Awesome! The labeling and ability to make quick actions directly from the dash (err, "home") is a very welcome improvement. Keep up the great work!

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