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Universities (as with very large corporations) have many departments and I rarely have come across a use-case where informing users that they are going to a new section was necessary. Assuming your users are logged in then I would recommend a seamless transition to the faculty intranet. I assume that, by design or otherwise, the intranet will have a ...


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Providing different routes to content is a common challenge made more complex in global organisations where local, regional and global content all compete for attention. This article discusses how to surface the content people actually need. Your links page is clearly useful to people, so find out what they struggle with and work on improving it. ...


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I agree with all of the answers here. I want to add another option you can consider based on option 2: Build modular content/data blocks. As the pain-point seems to be on the creation of assigned custom dashboards, can this not be dictated by the user? I recommend providing universal access to all content to start, then create a way for each person to ...


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The modal part looks correct, although more info is needed. For example, if you're simply adding the summary data to a data container (in this case a modal) you could simply use a box container and drag and drop the summary data (buttons? Text? Actions?) As for your other elements, they are tabbed content. The first one even shows a vertical tabbed content ...



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