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We have made a number of enhancements to your Studio and app creation experience. These enhancements include new content creation workflows, improved View layout building and configuration, and collaborative actions within Views.

Featured Studio enhancements

The following enhancements have been made to Studio:

Studio and apps navigation

The new Studio and apps landing page makes it easier for you to access your spaces, packages, and apps. This area includes preview cards for recently created or viewed content and intuitive controls to help you navigate efficiently through your content hierarchies.


For an overview video of the new enhancements:


Content creation has been optimized, with both fewer steps needed and with data model variables and assets automatically created and connected at the same time.

For more information about creating and managing spaces, see: Spaces.

To learn how to create and manage your packages, see: Packages.


There’s now a new grid-based layout to visually place, size, and rearrange View components using a drag-and-drop interface. This new interface helps you to build screen-fit or scrollable Views, organize your Views into tabs, and includes undo and redo capabilities.

To learn how to create and configure Views, see: Views.


There is now a simplified visual interface for editing your View components. This enhanced interface includes contextual settings, drag-and-drop data fields, and data coloring that’s accessible across components.

To learn about your component editing options, see: Components.


You can now find collaborative actions built into Studio components, allowing you to configure a skill or action flow from your Views. These actions include sending emails, adding comments, creating tasks, and configuring simple business logic.

For an overview of available actions in View components, see: Actions


With a new chart editing experience, you can configure how your data should be visualized. These features allow you to create charts based on common use cases (such as time series, categories, and distribution), switch data visualization types while editing, and configure how users navigate your Views. You are now also given smart chart recommendations based on the data you’ve selected.

To learn how to create and configure chart components, see: Charts.


You can now access an integrated PQL editor from your View components settings. This editor enables you to translate process-related business questions into queries, which are then executed by a custom-built query engine.

The PQL editor includes a full PQL reference library, the ability to execute queries and see immediate results, and the option to save your PQL expressions as metrics in your Knowledge Model.

For an overview of the PQL editor, see: PQL editor