1. Anaplan User Experience
  2. Use apps and pages in the User Experience
  3. Boards

Boards display data, deliver insight from Anaplan models, and are ideal for data analysis.

They consist of cards, which are customizable, and sometimes interactive, components.

A well-designed board contains all of the information you need for a high-level summary.

Think of a board as a home page for your app, with key metrics — for an organization, department, or business process — consumable at a glance.

Boards are based on a source model that the page builder selects. Individual cards on a board can show data from different modules and views within the source model. A maximum of six cards may be displayed along the width of a board, and an indefinite number along its length.

Page builders can:

  • add and arrange various types of card on a board, and
  • include links to related data on other pages.

As an end user, you can:

  • view the data displayed on these cards, and
  • interact with editable grids and fields, to change drivers and assumptions.

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