Project Details

Let´s quickly examine the right pane in your Digital Studio Workspace

Project Details

Once you select any specific project, on the right hand side you will find project details section, containing essential information about your project:

Project informations Overview
  1. Project Name: This is a fixed identifier and cannot be altered once set.

  2. Creation Details: Displays the timestamp and user responsible for creating the project.

  3. Organization ID: Your unique organization ID serves as a key to identify your team or department within the Born Digital Digital Studio app.

  4. Project ID: An exclusive identification code assigned to each created project, ensuring uniqueness.

  5. Announcements: This section allows you to set up important information relevant to your project. Examples include details about working hours, state vacations, system issues, or delays. This assists in organizing and informing your team. Refer to the Announcements chapter for more details.

  6. Version History: Projects may have multiple versions created by different users to meet diverse business requirements. Access the version history by clicking 'Version History.' This feature allows you to switch between versions or revert to a previous version in case of any issues in the workflow or logic.

  7. Project Description: You can provide a brief description of the project within the input text panel to add context or details.

Version Details

This section gives you more details about the specific version of your project.

Version Information Details:
  1. Version Number: Current version number.

  2. Created By: Indicates the author or creator of the selected version.

  3. Short Text Description: Offers a concise explanation detailing why the version was created and what improvements or changes it encompasses.

  4. Train/Untrain Version: Only trained projects can be used and deployed. Here, you can train your project, or untrain it if needed.

  5. Deploy: Deploy your trained project here. You will get a config-hash of your project or will be able to deploy it to a specific phone number here.

Users settings

This section aims to clarify the distinct roles that users can hold within the project

  1. Owner: The Owner is the primary contact for that specific project. Owner can assign different rights to users within his project. Typically, the Owner is the creator of the project or an individual responsible for its successful delivery.

  2. Editor: Have the capability to make any modifications within the project, they can train and deploy projects. However, Editors cannot assign the Owner role. They are often specialised individuals assisting in creating or delivering the project.

  3. Viewer: Viewers have access to all sections and tabs within the project but lack the ability to save changes or perform training functions. They serve as stakeholders who need visibility into the project without the ability to alter or manage its contents. Typically, these individuals are business stakeholders who require project visibility without the need for active modifications.

Assigning or removing roles is a straightforward process, detailed in the accompanying video below.

Version History

Digital studio supports versioning of the projects, to be able to do important changes without endangering working version. With that, user can always get back to the previous working version, or have the working version deployed and work on the new changes at the same time.

User can access project versions via Version history button:

Explanation of Default Columns:
  1. Version: Number of the project version.

  2. Description: Simple summary of the changes made in that version.

  3. Updated At: Timestamp indicating the last modification time of the version.

  4. Trained: Checkbox indicating if the version is trained and ready to be used.

  5. Deployed: Checkbox indicating version is deployed on the specific phone number.

  6. Created By: Identifies the user who created the version.

  7. Actions Tab: Within this tab, users can:

    • Identify the currently active version (In use one).

    • Use older version of the project.

    • Untrain any specific version of the project.

    • Delete any specific version of the project.

The table containing the version history is paginated, resulting in a cleaner presentation of the data. Users can personalise columns based on their preferences by activating or deactivating them. Filtering by tags or adjusting the density of displayed items is also available for user customization.

Open previous versions

If needed to get back to any previous version, simply navigate to Version history and click on "Use version" action item next to the version you want to use. In the Version details page, you will see that version has changed and that you are not using the latest one.

Step-by-Step Guide:
  1. Access Version History: Navigate to the Project Details and click on the 'Version History' button.

  2. View Versions in Popup Table: A table will appear displaying various project versions.

  3. Select Desired Version: Tap on 'Use Version' under the 'Action' tab for the specific version you wish to access.

  4. Confirm Version ID: Double-check the ID of the new version within the project version details.

  5. Perform Actions: Train the model or use the flow according to your requirements.

Following these steps allows for easy access to previous project versions and enables you to make necessary adjustments or improvements to the project. You can save the selected previous version as the latest one via "Save model version" button in the Conversation Flow.

Delete project versions

Deleting project versions can be accomplished effortlessly, either individually or by selecting multiple versions simultaneously.

Step-by-Step Guide to Deleting a Project Version:
  1. Access Version History: Access Version history in project detail in your workspace.

  2. Select the Correct Project: Identify and locate the specific project version you wish to delete.

  3. Use the Bin Icon: Click on the bin icon associated with the particular project version you intend to remove.

  4. Confirmation Pop-up: A confirmation window will appear to ensure the permanent deletion of the selected project version.

  5. Click "Delete Model Version": To confirm the deletion, click on "Delete Model Version." This action will permanently delete the project version.

Handling multiple project versions

Within the project version history, you have the capability to handle multiple versions efficiently:

  • Train or Delete Multiple Versions: Utilise checkboxes in the table window to mark specific projects. For untraining selected projects and freeing server memory capacity, use 'Untrain' icon in the action column. To delete multiple versions, click the bin icon in the first row of the table.

  • Current Version Status: Presently, there exists only one version - 0.4, with a set description.

Step-by-Step Process for Handling Multiple Items:
  1. Mark Specific Projects/Items: Use checkboxes to select the projects/items you intend to manage.

  2. Perform Actions on Selected Items: Click on specific actions available for the selected items.

  3. Untrain or Delete Project Versions: Untrain projects to increase server memory capacity or delete unnecessary project versions.

By following these steps, you can efficiently manage multiple project versions, untraining and deleting models as needed to optimise server memory and streamline project operations.

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