In this course, participants learn how to design queries, including adding fields, criteria, and flow steps to create a Dataset or Ad-hoc Query. Participants learn how to create Jobs to refresh Datasets and share content. This class is strictly for creating queries (Datasets and Ad hoc Queries). We will not be configuring visuals or reports. The times for these classes are set for Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Audience: Users who have access to creating Datasets and Ad-hoc Queries. These users should be familiar with the mappings and fields in the Datasource and have the role of Data Designer or above. All attendees will be given access to the sandbox to follow along and take part in the interactive exercises.
In this class, participants learn how to build content from Datasets. This includes how to configure the different types of visuals available in Informer 5 and how to create Dashboards, Comparison Boards, and Data Views reports from the content in Datasets. Attendees will not be building Datasets in the class. The times for these classes are set for Eastern Standard Time (EST).
In this course, participants learn how to interact with data, once access to the query and/or reports has been granted. This includes actions, filters, column formatting, visuals, and interacting with reports that have been shared with you (Dashboards, Comparison Boards, Data Views). The times for these classes are set for Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Audience: Users who have Datasets and/or reports shared to them. This class is strictly for interacting with pre-built Datasets and Reports. We will not be building Datasets in this class.
Discover methods to optimize Informer by choosing the best type of Query for a given use case, understanding the performance difference between Criteria and Filters, and pulling only the rows that have changed instead of a Datasource's entire historical record count.
In this class, participants learn the intricacies of Informer 5 security and data governance. Learn the best practices of setting up security and understanding the difference between owning and sharing content. The focus is on setting up Teams, Users, Role Permissions, Mapping Sets, Sharing Datasources and Datasets. This class is geared toward Informer Administrators. The times for these classes are set for Eastern Standard Time (EST).
In this class, participants learn how to setup Informer including default settings, email setup, domain repository setup, user fields, codes, and much more. Prerequisites: Needs to have administrator or super-user access. The times for these classes are set for Eastern Standard Time (EST).
In this class, participants will learn how to use the Templates feature in Informer 5. Templates allow participants to to create custom forms to output data. Participants will learn how to use Nunjucks to inject data into their HTML file for customized data output. This is a higher-level technical class directed at power users of Informer 5. This class will be 3-hour class. All classes are scheduled in Eastern Standard Time (EST). Prerequisites: Experience using HTML and CSS.