It would be useful if at least the administrator of a DSS instance could send a message to all the users or if she could add to the login page a panel with a generic communication te be read by everyone.
Hi @gnaldi62 thank you for your idea! Can you please provide more details on your use case as it relates to DSS and/or the Community? Based on your initial submission, we are wondering how this would expand on the following collaboration features in DSS:
For now, we are going to move this over to the Product Ideas board as we think this feedback is a better fit there. If we misunderstood your idea and it was originally intended for the feedback to improve the Dataiku Community, let us know in your follow up and we can move it back to the Community Feedback board
Some tips for expanding on the idea:
yes, the suggestion is for the product DSS, not the Community.
As an administrator, sometimes it is useful to inform all the users about something happening
on the platform (e.g. a maintenance or a planned shutdown), about ongoing prbblems
(e.g. memory leakage) or about actions needed by all the users.
The Discussions can be added only at each project level, while the "Home articles" are not
strongly stressed and might be unseen or not noticed.
To have a quick way to send a messge or to add a top panel with a message could be useful.
Hope this clarifies.
Thank you for your idea, @gnaldi62 . Your idea meets the criteria for submission, we'll reach out should we require more information.
You'll be pleased to hear this idea is in our backlog and we are determining the next steps for development. We can't provide a timeline at this point, but be sure to check back for updates! For everyone else, kudos the original post to signal that you're interested in Dataiku developing and releasing this feature! Feel free to leave a comment in the discussion about how this capability would help you or your team. Take care, Ashley
We did it! Your idea has become reality and was released in 12.1. DSS Administrators can now display messages to end users to alert them of an imminent event. Take care, Ashley