Show "Used in Page" reference in Modules Settings

Show "Used in Page" reference in Modules Settings

As a model builder, it would be extremely helpful to have a "Used in Page" reference in the Module Settings to show where a module is used in a page, similar to the Used in Dashboard feature.  This would allow for much more efficient auditing and help tremendously with model cleanup. This is especially important since we an now change or delete a module title in the page, and when you click on "Source module" in the NUX, it does not take you back to the specific module.  Thank you! 

11 Comments
alexpavel
Certified Master Anaplanner

It would be great if some dependencies between NUX apps and modules can be shown in a streamlined way.

I find this quite challenging to be shown in the classic building interface...At least in the NUX app to be created some admin dashboards to show which modules are used in every page. 

 

CommunityMember116661
Certified Master Anaplanner

This makes a lot of sense and helps to keep our models clean.

xin
Contributor

Totally agree. I am cleaning out some old modules and it is hard to know if it is used in new UX. Connection between new UX and underlying modules would be very helpful.

lis.degeus
Frequent Contributor

I was just about to create the same one, started working on New UX for the first time a few weeks ago and I'm already missing this feature.

Ari
Contributor
Contributor

+1

ChrisM
Occasional Contributor

Hi everyone,

We are investigating ways to surface this information via the New Modeling Experience in the future.

Thanks for your feedback and votes on this idea.

Status changed to: Under Investigation
jb.neel
Occasional Contributor

Good news

Thanks Chris !

jziemer
Certified Master Anaplanner

Thank you!!

sandeep_bk
Regular Contributor

Still counting on this feature. Especially when filtering has been invloved.

 

Hope this will be added soon.

 

Thanks,

Sandeep

NicholasCharles
Certified Master Anaplanner

agree with previous posts, would be very helpful feature for builders, and excellant Anapaln recognised and is looking into 

tbeck
Certified Master Anaplanner

I am currently experiencing the same pain with trying to search for the modules that belong to each of the 50 pages we have for a client.

 

I found a temporary solution until Anaplan figures out how to make a column to show what NUX pages exist, though it isn't automated, it works. 

 

I finally found an actual use for data tags, I just copied the application page names and pasted them as text into the data tags, and marked each module with the corresponding page name. 

 

It took a while but at least i never have to go through searching 50 pages for modules again 🙂