Give a great welcome to your customers by branding and customizing the appearance of folders
Folder pages can now show formatted text and images above the list of datasets, enabling you to introduce Crunch and your data your way.
Crunch’s folders give you the power to organize your datasets and control access. Now folders can also be a great landing page for new and existing data consumers.
Folder Homepages can contain images, formatted text, embedded videos and links to other resources to provide Crunch customization, as well as to aide in navigation to other resources such as terms and conditions. You can tailor the experience for your teammates and clients when they arrive into Crunch.
Examples of usage
Expected use cases for these homepages include…
A welcome message for analysts accessing your data
An opportunity to add your branding and logos
Privacy notices and other terms & conditions, including external links
Guidance on how to navigate folders and sub-folders, including shortcuts to particular resources
Promotional text, images and/or videos for other products and services that you offer (an opportunity for cross-selling) including links to further information
Hints and tips for using Crunch - “Did you know…?” - style feature reminders, or even training videos
Fieldwork information - perhaps talking about the periodicity of a tracker and when the next update is due
Who to reach out to for help and advice - main research contacts at your organization, perhaps including direct mailto: links
Instructions to internal users for how to manage the contents - dos and don’ts - as specified by DP departments for example
Folder Homepages are customizations of Crunch’s existing folder listings pages. A regular folder listing can become a Folder Homepage by the addition of one or more Rich-text tiles and/or video tiles. When a Folder Homepage is added, the top area of the screen is made available for placing these tiles, and the regular folder listing will then appear directly below. Adding content to these tiles, resizing them and laying them out is done via an Edit mode very similar to editing a dashboard. See the help page for this feature for full details.
For full details of this new feature and where to find it, see the help center.