👋 Hi, there! In this article you can find some navigation tips that will help you find your way around the Onna platform.
🗒 Based on your business needs and your user role, some features may not be available to you. If there’s anything you feel should be there, we recommend to talk to your admin.
The landing page
After you log in, you’ll get to the landing page, which is the platform’s starting point. From there, you can access all your apps.
Just select an app to open it.
Onna is a Knowledge Integration Platform. It is designed to support multiple applications that allow you to gain insights and act on your data.
You can access apps that are enabled for you from the landing page, such as the eDiscovery app or, if you’re an admin, the Admin console.
In this section, you can learn about the basic navigation elements you’ll find as you use Onna.
The navigation menu
It’s a foldable menu that’s visible in every screen and that contains links to navigate to other sections of the platform. You can hide it or show it using the :collapse-nav-bar: button next to it.
To go back to the landing page, you can use :nav-back: at the top of the navigation menu.
The notification center
The notification center is active in apps that support the notification feature, such as the eDiscovery app and the Admin console. It’s represented by a bell icon and located next to the user profile. As you receive new notifications, a counter for pending ones is added to the bell.
Select the bell icon to display the notifications in a foldable panel. You can hide the notification center by selecting any other part of the screen.
The notification center is currently available for:
The user profile and preferences
To help other users collaborate with you more efficiently, we recommend to customize your display name and profile picture. You can do so from the foldable menu that opens when you click the icon next to the notification bell.
From the same menu you can log out, open the help center, and customize additional user preferences.
For more information about the user preferences, visit the dedicated Help Center article.
In this section, you can learn about the basic interactions available with UI elements in Onna.
The contextual menu
The contextual menu contains additional options for its corresponding element, such as renaming, deleting, or sharing. It’s available for desktop browsers when right-clicking an item.
Currently, the contextual menu is available in:
We’re doing our best to make browsing Onna as intuitive as possible. If you have any comments or suggestions, contact us.