Navigation Bar Features

The blue navigation bar appears at the top of every page. It contains the navigation menu, with links to every part of Plutora. It also contains the following features.

Certain menu items can be toggled and customized by administrators:

The search engine searches everything but PIRs, TECR ID Number, and Environment Groups.

To search Plutora:

  1. Click the magnifying glass button.
    Magnifying Glass
  2. Type your search.
  3. Hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
    Administrators can prevent users from viewing and booking Environments and Environment Groups outside their Portfolio Association by selecting the My Portfolio Association checkbox for the Restrict Site-Wide View of Environments user permission

To view releases, deployment plans, systems and environments you have recently opened:

  1. Click Recent Items.
    Recent Items
  2. Click an item.
    View Your Recent Items at the top is not clickable.

To view your release activities or PIR actions:

  1. Click the release activities button.
  2. Click Release Activities tab or My PIR Actions tab.
    The My PIR Actions tab now has filters to Show all by Entity  (Actions or Preventative Measures) and Show all by Status (Preventative Measure Statuses).

    Your Release Activities pop up with show by entity
  3. Sort and filter your activities.
  4. Click to open an activity.

To bulk update your activities:

  1. Select two or more activities.
  2. Click Bulk Update.

The user menu allows users to update their own profile and settings. Administrators can update all users at Settings > User Management.

To view the user menu:

  1. Click the user name to open the menu.
    The User Menu
  2. Choose a function:
    1. To find out how to update your profile, click here.
    2. To find out how to update your settings, click here.
    3. To find out how to update your password, click here.
  3. Click Help to be taken to the Plutora Support Site.
  4. Click Logout to log out of Plutora.

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