1. Modeling
  2. New modeling experience
  3. Configure models

Model builders can configure models in the new modeling experience by selecting the area to configure from the model settings bar on the side of the screen. 

The model settings bar displays both icons and labels when you first open a model in the New Modeling Experience. You can select the double-chevron at the bottom to collapse the model settings bar so it only displays the icons. Select the double-chevron again to re-expand.

If you close the model, the next time you open a model the bar will be as you left it.

Select the setting you want to configure.

ButtonAreaPurpose
Table of contentsDisplay the Contents panel.
Model searchSearch for model components such as modules, dashboards, line items, and list names.
TimeSet your company's fiscal calendar and time ranges.
VersionsUse versions to compare different scenarios in a model. Add new versions, configure the current version, and set switchover dates.
General listsUse lists to group related items in a model. You can create lists that can contain people, products, and regions.
ModulesCreate and update modules
Line item subsetsGroup a subset of line items from one or more modules into a single list. 
UsersCreate model roles, and define how users access model features and data.
ActionsAutomate routine tasks such as imports and exports by creating actions and processes. Processes are sequences of actions.
Source modelsDefine a source model to provide source data for multiple models across a number of workspaces. This is useful for sites that deploy a data hub, or have multiple workspaces as part of application lifecycle management.
Revision tagsA snapshot of a model’s structural information at a point in time. When you or another user makes a structural change, you can save those changes in a revision tag. 
HistorySee a detailed audit trail for all changes made to your model in its history.
PagesSee pages that contain data from a model. You can view details about a page and navigate to a page in the User Experience.
ContentsConfigure the Table of contents panel. The Contents panel helps people to see the dashboards and modules that are available to them.
Dashboards

Manage Classic dashboards

Use the User Experience to add charts with improved, modern visualizations to your boards and worksheets.

Data tagsGroup different types of information together by applying data tags to objects in your models. You can then search for tagged data by keyword.
Model mapSee a high-level view of a model's structure, the data flow through the model, and the relationships between modules in a model.
Cell count and model sizeSee the model's cell count and size.
Manage modelsPerform model management tasks.

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