We are happy to announce the release of the new Checkpoint Management feature. This feature allows DQM administrators to hide or prioritize checkpoints in DQM.
To learn more about this exciting new feature please visit our community page Announcing Checkpoint Management. We look forward to further improving this new functionality to bring you even more flexibility and customization options for your checkpoints in the future.
With the introduction of Checkpoint Management, we’ve added a new description section for each DQM Checkpoint. These descriptions help users better understand each checkpoint by providing more information on what the checkpoint does, why it is important, and how it can be resolved. This information previously could be found in the DQM Checkpoint Library Community articles, but we are making it easier to access by bringing it directly into DQM.
Links to the new Checkpoint Descriptions are now available after every checkpoint in the new DQM user interface.
We have preloaded the checkpoint descriptions for library checkpoints with the information from our community articles, but with checkpoint management administrators can also edit descriptions to match organizational themes and processes.
Checkpoint Management and Checkpoint Description is available to Early Access Program users through the new DQM UI. To learn more about our Early Access Program please contact your Customer Success Manager.