How do I use the Launchpad?

When you first log in to TerraTrue, you’ll see a page we call the Launchpad. The Launchpad is the easiest way to quickly check the status of privacy reviews and make sure you launch on time. By default, the Launchpad will show different sets of launches depending on your roles and permissions.

If you're on a review team, you'll see all of your org's launches by default. If you're not on a review team, you'll only see incomplete launches that you've created or been mentioned in.

Customizing your view

The default view can be customized by selecting the gear icon. This allows you to view every available column, toggle a column on or off, and rearrange those columns by clicking, dragging, and dropping from the left hand side. 

  • Note: “ID” and “Title” are required columns. If you ever want to revert Launchpad to its default view, click the gear icon and choose “Reset” in the upper right. 

Filtering your launches

You can filter launches using search or by clicking “Filter” and selecting from a number of criteria. 

For example, if you’re a reviewer, you may want to see all launches that have a completed data spec and an incomplete privacy worksheet. To accomplish this, select Filter and set Data Spec Status to “Completed” and Privacy Worksheet Status to “Not Started” and “In Progress” 

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Save your searches

Once you add a filter to your search, you can save this view by clicking “Save As”. 


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When you save a search, it will be available from the sidebar whenever you visit TerraTrue. Simply click the saved search to update your Launchpad view.

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You can also set any saved search as your default Launchpad view, so it's even faster to find the launches that matter to you the most. This can be done by toggling “Make this my default view” when saving the search, or by navigating to the kabob menu on the right of any already saved search and selecting “Make default view”.


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