Projects are the home to your analysis and will often be explored by many people. In order to make things clear and easy to use, it is important to keep your projects organised and well administered.
You can change the information describing a project as well as sharing it with others or deleting it.
"The middle of every successful project looks like a disaster."
-Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Project names are especially important if you have a lot of projects in your team. As well as capturing the focus of your analysis, they make your projects searchable and immediately recognisable.
Choose a project name that is short and reflects the essence of your analysis.
Descriptions help others to understand the content of the analysis inside a project. To describe a project, start from the project info window inside of the project.
They should elaborate on the focus of a project and give details of the analysis you are conducting.
Recreating a project duplicates the project you've been working on allowing you to work independently on both the original project and the newly created one. When you recreate a project, Graphext will reuse the exact recipe you used to create the original project.
The new project that is created will be identical to the original project apart from that it will not feature any of the segmentations or insights that you have saved. Recreating a project is a quick and useful way collaborate on a project.
Deleting a project will remove it from the dashboard of any team that has access to it. Whilst this can be a good way to clean up your workspace, note that projects that you delete will also no longer be accessible from public URLs.
Since deleting a project is a permanent action, be sure that you want to delete it before you do so.
You can share projects with other Graphext users or teams. This gives people outside of your current team the ability to view or edit a project that you've been working on. When you share a project with another user or team, an email will be sent to all relevant users notifying them that you have shared the project with them.
We know that data isn't always clean and simple.
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