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Templatize field configuration settings in Order Hub and apply to multiple users
In Order Hub, users can view to display only the relevant attributes by modifying the field configurations in almost every screen. While this feature is very useful, every user needs to be perform this activity once initially.
When there are a large number of changes across multiple screens, this introduces the chance of manual error. Also, users are typically grouped into teams (Business, IT, etc.) and each team will have its own set of configurations
This RFE is to provide an ability to save/export an user's preferences as a template which can then be imported by other users belonging to the same team. This will greatly improve the usability aspect during user setup
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As part of initial setup, templates will be created by manually selecting/de-selecting the various fields in every page. This will be a one-time setup for every team
Subsequently, users will be asked to import their respective team's template on first log-in
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