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The New SpringCM UI Is Here!

Allow us to introduce to you the newly revamped SpringCM User Interface.

Don’t fret if you don’t see it yet - SpringCM will be rolling out the new navigation for all users on March 9th, 2018. The new interface does not introduce any new SpringCM features, however, it does make the platform a lot easier for the end-user to navigate by putting all global elements[1] into a top-level header.

Let’s dig right into the exciting stuff!

New Home Button

SpringCM has replaced the classic  icon with your company logo. By clicking on the company logo in the top left corner of your browser window, you will be able to get back to your default Homepage.

Simpler, faster navigation

Navigating to the primary links (Documents, Address Book, Workflows etc.) has been removed from the sidebar and “Go To” menu. The most used menu options are now on top of the screen, so you can quickly get the information that you need, exactly when you need it. The Address Book has been made an Admin Only feature.


Where did my Workflow Inbox go? Introducing Tasks…

The Workflow Inbox has now been renamed to “Tasks”. SpringCM is rolling out a new Tasks experience (currently in Open Beta), which tidies up the user interface and allows you to better manage your day-to-day work.

Global Search field

With the new navigation, Search functionality is now only accessible via the Search bar on the top right of the global navigation header.  You can access the global search field from anywhere within SpringCM.

Manage Your SpringCM Profile

Easily manage your SpringCM profile by clicking on the utility menu on the top right corner of your browser window. This new utility menu displays your user information and provides quick access to managing your user preferences.

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[1] Global Elements are the highest level of navigation. These are visible on every page so that you’re always aware of where you are.