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Once logged in, the user is taken to the Dashboard, which has a user menu at the top, including favourites, notes, alerts, updates, search and help. The Dashboard has a pro-active CRM system with a calendar to manage your alerts and has a brief summary of recent updates, recent notes, latest searches and a list of recent new articles visible. The Dashboard also informs the user of their last login, and the logout and settings on the top right.
The Projects OGP News section shows the top 10 recently added project news articles to www.yourprojectnews.com. The user can click through to the full article by clicking on the headline.
The Search page is the key page for users to initially find projects relevant to their requirements. Projects found here can be added to a users favourites for later referral, and once favourited these projects can have personal notes added, and alerts can be set to remind a user to take an action at a time in the future. Any new information that becomes available on a favourited project will automatically appear in the updates page.
There are two ways that the search can be operated: "Quick Search" and a "Power Search".
The Quick Search bar at the top allows the user to enter any keyword relevant to the area of interest. When "Go" is selected, this brings up the list of projects containing the keyword entered into the search bar. This search is best used when the user is aware of a project term or name that is not a generic categorisation parameter available within the power search.
The Power Search has a more comprehensive selection process. The user can search for projects using following selections: regions; countries; onshore or offshore; upstream, downstream or midstream; exploration, drilling, petrochemical, LNG, subsea, pipeline and production; FEED, EPC, O&M or Other (another type of project) and also tender and awarded status. Below these selections are search bars for the user to search by operator or contractor. A user can add a search reference name to a set of power search parameters for easy referral and reuse.
All recent searches performed are stored so they can be reused without the user having to reenter the parameters - the Dashboard shows the latest keywords entered into the search bar and the amount of results returned for each search. Each search term can be selected and brings up all the project titles that were returned under that search term.
Once the user has made all the selections necessary, a page is brought up with the complete list of project search results. The page informs the user of the exact number of projects brought up using the search terms and also enables the user to go back to the main search page.
Each project title can be selected to expand the availabel actions; view summary, view full info and add to favourites.
The View Summary command allows the user to expand the summary, which has brief information on the project. The View Full Details command takes the user through to the full information about the project. This page shows the project summary, the project classification (status, category, onshore/offshore), the project operators full details, the project contractors full details and the projects notes, which are available for the user to add new notes, and set up a new alert.
The Favourites page shows the project titles added by the user, in order of date. Each project title can be clicked to expand the visible actions, to view a summary, view full information and to edit a user note.
To add a project to the Favourites page, the user must use the search page to bring up a list of project titles and then add projects of interest, using the add to favourites command.
To the right of each project title, the user can expand the notes for that particular project, and delete the project from the Favourites page. The date the project was updated and added is also visible.
Users can add simple text notes to a project they have favourited to remind them of actions to follow up. The View Note action allows the user to view information stored by themselves for that particular project. The View Full Info function allows the user to click through to the full details of a project and add notes to the bottom, and the edit alert allows the user to move, manage and edit the noted text and date for an alert reminder.
To the right of each project title is the date the project was added as an alert and the ability to delete the alert.
The Recent Notes function shows the projects with recently added notes in the order they were added. The user can click through to view the recent notes and can expand each project title to the commands; view summary, view full info, view note and edit note.
To the right of each project title is the date the note was added to the project and the ability to delete the project from the Recent Notes section.
The Your Alerts Calendar allows the user to see, forward plan and manage alerts for specific projects marked for future actions. Once a project has been marked for an alert, the date is highlighted on the dashboard calendar with a link through to all the projects marked for that date. When the user clicks on the linked date, this opens the list of project titles. Each project listed allows the user to expand down to the commands; view note, view full info and edit alert.
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