Central to the use of the Wecomplish platform is understanding and contributing to the different insight types that can be stored within the platform.
As a result, whenever you're looking to improve your ability to use the platform more effectively and autonomously, it makes sense to focus on improving your familiarity with the different insight types you're expected to contribute to.
To uncover which insight types you're expected to contribute to, navigate to your profile and click the "Explore" button in relation to the Platform box.
This will display the "Only mine" view of the Overview-page, meaning you will only see the insight types the given user is expected to contribute to.
The insight type a person is expected to contribute are those with a light blue background, and where you, on the right hand side, can see either an indication of current familiarity, or an indicator showing that familiarity is missing.
If the insight type is light blue, but the right hand side is empty, the person in question does not have a role in which they are expected to contribute to this information type (yet).
Read more about the Overview-page and how it works here.
To improve your familiarity with a particular insight type, click its name, bringing you to the full view of the insight type.
From here, there are several different options you can choose from in order to better understand how the insight type works.
In order to produce a predictable structure, there are predetermined rules dictating which insight types can be stored under which, and how they can be associated with oneanother.
Read more about how the insight types relate to eachother under the subheading "Understanding the relations" on the Overview-page.
In the white, middle card, there is a "Content" block showing three examples of the insight type published within your organization.
Click one of the items to explore it,or click the "Browse all" button to view more examples.
Reading the documentation of an insight type is a great way to better understand the intention and value of managing a given piece of insight.
Provided that the insight type has an associated documentation page, you can find it by clicking the "How to contribute" button on the white card.
When you feel like you have a conceptual overview, there's no substitute for getting your hands dirty and trying it out yourself.
You can play around with an insight type by publishing, editing and deleting it, either within on of your own teams, or by creating a sandbox team in which you can experiment with diffent insight types.