Nuxeo Platform User Documentation

Web UI

Updated: September 26, 2017 Page Information Edit on GitHub

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Functional Overview

Nuxeo Web UI is a responsive application with three main layout regions:

  1. The header toolbar
  2. The side menu
  3. The main view

Header Toolbar

  1. Domain: The title of the selected page / document.
  2. Sub-Views: The sub-views available.
  3. Quick search: Search by keywords or users.

Side Menu

The menu displays different tabs. Clicking on one of them will open a side panel with the content of the tab selected: browsing options are on the first left column, content to browse on the second and content to view on the main area. We will see the description of the main area on the last part of this section.

This new pattern allows to start browsing without changing the context of work.

Dashboard: Displays the dashboard
Browse: Shows the navigation tree to let you browse your content
Recently Viewed: Shows the 10 last documents viewed
Search Filters: Search content using full text and metadata
Expired Queue: Queue displaying expired documents
Tasks: Shows the list of pending workflow tasks
Favorites: The list of documents added to Favorites
Collections: The list of collections you can access
Personal Space: Access to your personal workspace, which is the default location for your Favorites and Collections folders
Clipboard: Clipboard to copy and move documents
User Settings: Displays a Themes tab to manage branding and possibly other tabs depending on Nuxeo addons installed. For instance when Nuxeo Drive is installed a Drive tab is available to manage the user's synchronization roots.
Administration: Displays the Administration tab.

Main View

The main view display depends on what has been selected on the side menu. The main view will usually show lists of documents or a document and its details. Lists of documents are presented in a table that proposes different functionalities like infinite scroll instead of pagination, faceted filters in the header, easy columns selection with persistence of the user's choice and a great visibility of selected elements.

At the top of the main view toolbars are displayed according to the content being displayed:

Document Actions: Displays actions available for the current document

Results Actions: Displays actions available for the current result listing

A create button is also permanently displayed at the bottom right corner of the main view the to let you create or import documents from anywhere in the application.

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