The Data Model is the structure of your data storing.
This structure is shared between all your sites and apps listed within your organisation to ease the management and use of your data.
As an Administrator you have full access to all features available within Data Management, including the edition of the Data Model.
As a Data Supervisor you have full access to all features available within Data Management, including the edition of the Data Model.
As a Delegate you can read the Data Model but you cannot edit it.
As an Analyst you can read the Data Model but you cannot edit it.
You can create and edit your properties to make them suit your organisation's needs.
Please check out the dedicated article to learn how to manage your properties.
You can apply a filter to your property table based on several criterias:
- Array String
Used in an import
You may as well apply a filter to your table to isolate your properties based on their origin by clicking on the box counting standard and custom properties.
You can rely on several features to interact with the Data Model:
Tick several properties to set them as hidden and let them be seen only in the Data Model.
Extract the Data Model
Generate a CSV file listing the properties saved in your Data Model.
Extract custom variables
Generate a CSV file with the matching between your custom items and their property to any site listed within your organisation.
You can search for any property within the table using the search bar located in its top right corner.
Be careful, this search is also relying on the filters you set.
You may as well isolate properties by filtering them based on the #tag clicking on a #tag listed within the table.
You can create and edit your events to make them suit your organisation's needs.
Please refer to the dedicated article to learn more on how to manage your events.
You can filter the events table based on various criterias:
- On Site
- Off Site
- Waiting for approval
You can also apply a filter to your events table based on their origin using the boxes counting the number of standard and custom properties.
You can generate a csv file listing all events ever listed in your Data Model.
You can search for an event in the table thanks to the search bar located in its top right corner.
Be careful this search bar also relies on filters you may have already set.
Soon you'll be able to see properties associated to an event from the events table.