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  • Upload attachments to glossary entries
  • Linking glossary entries with each other
  • Versioning of the glossary entries for modifications
  • Save changes as drafts
  • Display, nest, and resolve formulas
  • Discussion area per glossary entries for feedback and exchange

The screenshot above shows a glossary entry with an attached Excel file and linked glossary entries.

When building formulas, you can nest other formulas. When viewing formulas you can resolve the nested formulas via a right click.

Each glossary entry has its own section for discussion and exchange. You can post new discussions, reply to discussions and give posts a thumbs up.

  • Find entries in glossary conveniently with built-in search
  • Simple search across all fields or in selected fields
  • Searching SAP Information
  • Save your own searches

The example above shows the search results. You can also see that the search bar offers so suggested results when typing.

The search results can be further restricted using filters. Every Field can be added to the search in order to get more specific results.

It is also possible to search in the technical information that is synchronized from SAP BW systems. That means that you can search for SAP entities.

  • Organize entries in the glossary in a folder structure
  • Separate entries in the glossary through areas
  • Mark entries in the glossary as favorites and access them more quickly

The directory is organized in folders and presented at the home page. On the home page you can also see the last viewed entries and your favorized entries.

In case that you want to maintain separated glossaries you can create multiple areas, each with its own folder structure and authorization.

Entries in the glossary can be marked as a favorite. After that they are highlighted in search results and can be accessed from the home page.

  • Building templates via simple drag and drop
  • Create mass entries in the glossary via Excel import
  • Clone templates and fields to quickly create variations

Templates are used to create entries in the glossary. They can be created quickly and intuitively via drag and drop in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get fashion.

Use the excel import to quickly import from existing documentation and create many glossary entries in a short time.

If you want to create a variation of a template or a field just simply clone an existing template or field and start to modify from there.

  • Enable or disable many functions like commenting, discussions and liking posts to match your companies policy
  • Customize the colors and logo to match your Corporate Design
  • Use Single-Sign-On with a connected Active Directory

Templates are used to create entries in the glossary. They can be created quickly and intuitively via drag and drop in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get fashion.

Adapt the logo and colours to your corporate design so that the appearance corresponds to that of your company.

You do not like login screens and passwords? Use the option to sign in with your Windows user by connecting the Active Directory.

  • List of abbreviations
  • Notification of changes and posts in discussions
  • Create a special view for glossary entries that is optimized for printing

Create a list of abbreviations and their meanings. When a stored abbreviation is used in a glossary entry the meaning can be shown via a tooltip.

Notifications inform you about new entries, changes and discussions in the glossary. You can jump directly to the corresponding locations from the notification.

In order to export or print the glossary entries you can create a special view that is optimized for printing. You can also export that view as a PDF via the browser.