Your dashboard is the first page you see when you log into Tettra. This page acts as a hub for your entire team. Use it to view recent activity, pinned pages and personal bookmarks, and a sidebar that works as an overview of your account.
When you navigate to a page in your account, the sidebar will automatically show a table of contents view of that page based on the headers you've included.
If you find the sidebar distracting at any point, you can collapse it from any page in the account by clicking the hamburger menu in the upper right corner of the sidebar menu:
Recent Activity Feed
All your most recent account activity is located in the body of the dashboard. You'll be able to see most recently updated/created pages, the timestamp, and who performed the action. Apart from that, you'll also notice reactions, comments, and drafts you've recently created.
Pinning Pages to the Dashboard
Do you have a few docs your team accesses regularly? Would you like to keep your account overview docs/welcome pages in one place? You can do this by pinning these pages to your dashboard!
Please Note: This option is available to admins only.
Simply enter a published page and/or click the kebab menu to the right of the page title.
Select "Pin to dashboard", navigate to your dashboard, and you should see your newly-pinned article at the top of page!
For more information on pinning pages to the dashboard and other areas of the account, check out this video:
Bookmarking Pages to the Dashboard
Bookmarks work similarly to pinned items, but they are only visible to you. If you find yourself regularly updating/consulting a certain page, you may want to consider bookmarking it to make it more readily accessible.
You can bookmark a page from both the category and page views:
Your bookmarked pages can be found in the upper right hand corner of your dashboard:
Recently Viewed Pages
You can find the pages you have most recently viewed below "My bookmarks".
Get a snapshot of your assigned suggestions in the "Assigned Suggestion" section located below "Recently Viewed".