Personalisation of Garage Hive

Personalizing Garage Hive is quick and easy, such as adding fields to pages and hiding columns. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can maximize on the personalization feature.

In this article

  1. Adding fields to pages
  2. Hiding or moving columns
  3. Freezing and resizing the columns
  4. Adding or removing fields from a collapsed fasttab
  5. Customising Garage Hive for each user

Adding fields to pages

To add a field into a page:

  1. Select the Settings icon in the top-right corner, then Personalise. At the top, the Personalising bar appears.

  2. Select the page to add a new field; some pages will be highlighted with a red box to indicate that it has been selected.
  3. Click on the Field option from the Personalising bar at the top, which now adds options to the right side of the screen to select from.
  4. Choose the field to be added, then click and hold it while dragging it to the desired position.
  5. When you’re finished, click Done in the top-right corner of the Personalising bar.

Hiding or moving columns

To hide or move a column:

  1. Select the Settings icon in the top-right corner, then personalise.At the top, the Personalising bar appears.

  2. Place your cursor over the Field you want to hide or move, and then click on the small red arrow that appears on the right side of the field. To hide the field, click Hide.

  3. To move the field, click and hold the small arrow that appears when you place your cursor over it, then drag it to the desired position.
  4. When you’re finished, click Done in the top-right corner of the Personalising bar.

Freezing and resizing the columns

To freeze or resize the columns:

  1. Select the Settings icon in the top-right corner, then personalise. At the top, the Personalising bar appears.

  2. Place your cursor over the column you want to freeze, then click the small red arrow to the right of the column header. To freeze the column, select Set Freeze Pane. When scrolling across the table, all columns to the left of the frozen column will not be hidden.
  3. To remove the freeze pane, select the column with the freeze pane enabled, click the small red arrow, and then select Clear Freeze Pane.

  4. To resize a column, move your cursor over the column’s right side line until the double-headed arrow with parallel lines cursor appears, then hold and drag to the left to reduce the size of the column or to the right to increase the size of the column.
  5. When you’re finished, click Done in the top-right corner of the Personalising bar.

Adding or removing fields from a collapsed fasttab

To add or remove a field in a fastab when collapsed:

  1. Select the Settings icon in the top-right corner, then personalise. At the top, the Personalising bar appears.

  2. Place your cursor over the Field you want to add, then click the small red arrow to the right of the field. Select Show Always or Show When Collapsed to add the field so that it appears when the FastTab is collapsed.

  3. To hide a field when the FastTab is collapsed, place your cursor over the Field you want to hide, then click the small red arrow to the right of the field. Select Show Under “Show More” to hide the field when the FastTab is collapsed.
  4. When you’re finished, click Done in the top-right corner of the Personalising bar.

Customising Garage Hive for each user

When working with Garage Hive, you may want to customise Garage Hive differently for different users so that you can limit what a user can see when they are on the system. Here’s how to personalise it for each user:

  1. Select the search icon in the top-right corner, enter Profiles, and select the related link.
  2. Search for the user whose system you want to customise, and then click on the user’s Profile ID to open the user’s profile.

  3. Select Customise Pages from the actions bar. The Customising page opens in a new browser tab.
  4. You can now customise the user’s system from this Customising page. To open a page, click on the page link you want to open and then select Open (Ctrl+Click). You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Left-Click on the page.

  5. You can now personalise the opened page using any of the methods described above.