Fibonacci Release: You can now share and collaborate on Reports within your Institution
Best known for introducing the sequence of Fibonacci numbers, Leonardo Fibonacci alsopopularized the Hindu–Arabic numeral system in the Western World. Characterized by the fact that every number after the first two is the sum of the two preceding ones, so too do SciVal’s release elements build upon preceding releases:
- We have updated the left-bar navigation panel
- You are now able to share and work collaboratively on Reports with your institution
- We have now added more virtual tours to help you make the most out of SciVal
Left-Bar Navigation Redesign
Following extensive customer testing and feedback, Anne-Sophie Muller and the UX team have been working tirelessly on improving the left-bar navigation design. Our customers will now be able to perform a search for an entity (Institution, Group, Researcher etc.) or select them from a drop-down menu, and drag them across to the selection panel.
Sharing Reports within your Institution
We know that you, our customers, are using the Reporting functionality to create and export your custom Reports. Based upon your feedback, we are now making it possible for you to share these Reports with other SciVal users within your Institution.
Now it is much easier for you and your colleagues to work together, collaboratively on creating your recurring institutional Reports. You can choose the following Sharing Rights:
Can View sharing rights
Can Edit sharing rights
More Pendo Guides Available
Have you tried one of the existing guides within SciVal? They are great for learning new tips & tricks and to ensure that you are getting the most out of SciVal. You can now take a virtual tour of the Collaboration and Trends modules (virtual tours are already available for the Overview and Benchmarking modules).