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|Written by Anil Passi|
|Tuesday, 18 March 2008|
This article is a continuation of our previous article on Folders in OA Framework.
In this article, you will see a quick video demo of how you can create UserLevel personalizations on Result regions, in a sharable manner.
The learn about non-shared/user level folders visit this link
Before we jump onto the audio-video tutorial, lets do some Q&A
Question:- Do I need to set any profile options so that I can create sharable user level personalizations?
Answer:- Yes. You need to enable personalizations via profile option “Personalize Self%Service%Def%”
Question:- Can multiple users share this personalization?
Answer:- Yes. Infact, if you do this personalization at site level, then all the users having access to this page
will see your custom folders. In case you wish to restrict the access to these changes to a set of users, then,
do this personalization at either responsibility or function or organization level.
Question:- Can this Administrator create multiple personalizations against the same region?
Answer:- Indeed this is possible. In this case, end users can pick one of the existing user-personalizations via a dropdown list.
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Hence, the business benefit is time saving, whereby the user does not have to re-enter their favourite query criteria each time.
Question:- How many Shared Folders can I create against a region?
Answer:- There is no such limit, you can create as many meaningful folders as you wish.
Please see this video that demonstrates how you can define SHARED Folders using personalization in OA Framework.
VIDEO CAN BE ACCESSED FROM THIS LINK
Also, you will notice that if both “user level” and “admin-level-user personalization” exists against a region, then
all of these will be visible to the end user.
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