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

Anaplan's User Experience (UX) provides a clear and intuitive way to view, analyze, and update your Anaplan data.

In this section, you can learn how to make the most of our great new features.

Use apps to find and work with your data. Apps group related pages, selected by your page builder to focus your attention on a particular business function or process. For example, a Sales app might contain pages on Sales targets, Sales reps, and Sales performance.

The User Experience (UX) contains three page types:

Worksheet pages present large grids where you can view and edit data, and run actions like imports and exports.

Board pages provide an overview, which helps you visualize your data with features like charts, images, and key performance indicators. Your page builder can also include interactive features, such as actions, and field cards, which enable you to input data.

Report pages enable you to create consistently-styled reports that give managers and internal stakeholders key insights.


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