Using naming conventions, your team can an easy step to organize campaigns and their content by defining a clear naming convention for stories, moments, and content. Opal not only shows you what you and your team are creating, it also makes it easy to find what everyone is working on thanks to filters, labels, and, importantly, keywords. Keywords stand out, even when there's a lot of noise around because they can find a single item, or dozens of items related together.
Set Up Your Opal for Success
Opal provides the flexibility to configure and utilize your workspace to best support the way your team works. There are a few key items to consider before configuring your workspace: Organization, Content, and Process
Manage General Options
Configure the general settings for default time zone or week start day in your workspace.
Manage Label Sets & Labels
Keep your workspace organized by setting up and managing label sets and labels. Applying labels throughout the StoryFirst framework will make it easy for everyone on the team to easily filter and sort content.
Manage Channels & Accounts
Campaign content spans the gamut, and Opal accommodates this across all your channels and accounts. Manage existing and add new channels and accounts for your workspace. After an account is created, you have access to additional settings that can be applied to make each more efficient for your team.
Manage Workspace Workflow
When content in a workspace follows the same process - from development to approval to metrics gathering, task and approval phases can be set up for a workflow to be automatically applied.
All users can access the User Directory to view and connect with each other.
As an Opal administrator, you have the ability to manage and edit all user accounts.
Access to Opal and your team's content is determined by the role your account is assigned. Learn more about each role, and its capabilities.
The Viewer role has access to many key features that will keep you aligned on all content and the process that brings content to life.
Opal approver seats are intended to give limited Opal access to specific users who are only required to take part in the content approval process. There are certain limitations that prevent approver-only users from collaborating in the same way as a users with full platform access.
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Use your Single Sign-On (SSO) to access Opal.
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