From the Home page, you can create or access your flows, datasets, and jobs, as well as configure settings and find additional resources.
Tip: Click the logo at the top of the menu bar to return to the Home page.
The onboarding tour is available to all users from the Home page. You can toggle display of it as needed.
Getting Started? Try out the embedded tour to see how can accelerate and enhance your data wrangling.This feature may not be enabled in your environment. Please contact your .
To begin the tour, click Show Tour.
NOTE: The onboarding tour uses a sample dataset that has been installed for you. When the tour is completed, it is removed from the Home page and cannot be replayed. The flow, dataset, and recipe remain in your account for your reference.
Tip: Use the links on the right side of the page to access additional resources.
From the Home page, you can quickly access your recent activities in or jump to creating flows and importing datasets.
Tip: Use the controls on the left side of the screen to access other areas of the application. For more information, see Menu Bar below.
Access the flows that have been recently changed. Click the flow name to open it. See Flow View Page.
Tip: When an object within a flow has been changed, its timestamp here is updated, so the Home page becomes an easy location where you can monitor changes to the flows to which you have access. Monitored changes include editing a recipe or adding or removing datasets.
For more information on these options, see Flows Page.
Review jobs that you have been recently queued or completed in .
Use the links on the left to learn more about wrangling your data.
From the left side of the screen, you can access the top-level pages of .
Help menu: Access help resources, including documentation, training, and members of our team.
Search Help: Search all available help content.
Product Docs: Access online product documentation.
Online Training: Review online training through your browser.
Tip: In some cases, it may be useful to have multiple browser tabs open to the . However, if you have two open tabs for work on the same dataset, changes made in one browser tab may not be reflected in the other browser tab until you refresh the page. Overwriting results from one tab through another is certainly possible.