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Sitemap on Dashboard not intuitive #560

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fvanwijk opened this issue Jul 12, 2017 · 1 comment

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commented Jul 12, 2017

For several times I was lost on the Dashboard pages because the sitemap felt a bit unintuitive to me.

The main menu contains two items: Runs and Organizations.

On the Runs page, there are child pages for every project, containing a Runs tab and a Settings tab.

The Organizations page contains large tiles with a link to Runs > org/project > Settings.
The cog icon links to Organizations > org > Users.

These things are confusing to me:

  • Project settings can be found on the Runs page. I expect them to be under Organizations > org > project > Settings.
  • The main action on the Organization page is clicking the super large project tile, which navigates away from the Organizations page (related to previous bullet)
  • Users have access to projects via their Organization, so it is not possible to manage permissions per project. It would be better to remove the "Users with Access" list. The indenting is messed up anyway ;) Also the "Access" tooltip link is broken.
    This might be a separate GH issue.

In general I think you should separate Organizations, Projects and Runs clearly, or just merge them together because these entities are closely related.

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commented Jul 12, 2017

Thanks so much for opening all of these issues for the Dashboard. We are definitely planning to take a second look at the design of the Dashboard and optimize it to better fit our user's needs, so user feedback is crucial! Thank you!

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