We’ve tidied up the menus in LINQ. It’s now clear where to go to manage your settings, where to go to get Help and how to access our learning resources. A simple change, but one which means you can more easily find what you need.
When you have many Action nodes selected, you can now make changes to either duration or frequency and have this change applied to all selected nodes. This means that you can quickly move from modelling the cost of a single transaction to all transactions in a year in just a few clicks; select all of […]
We’ve improved the way sorting works in the Balanced Scorecard. Now it makes sense! You can also expand and collapse all with the click of a button. Access to your insights is easier and understanding how to communicate what you’ve found is becoming clearer. Watch this space for more improvements…coming soon…
If you’re a new user to LINQ, when you log in for the first time, you will have access to our new learning content; a series of 8 videos which will take you through the process of capturing and gaining insight from you Information Supply Chains. You can also access those videos from this link. […]
You can now create new content directly inside a Value LINQset. You can paste copied nodes and make connections right where they are supposed to be, rather than working outside the LINQset and then connecting it up. It’s a small change, but a huge productivity gain!
We’ve added a new helper to introduce all of the elements of LINQ. New users will see this when they log in, but anyone can access this tour from the Learn menu.
We’ve improved the presentation of the Gallery and added some new content under Learning LINQ. The new sketches work with the new video content, so you can watch the videos and follow along using the sketches provided.
We’ve updated the look of the Explorer View. It still provides the same level of capability, but now looks the part too! We hope you like the brighter look and feel.