Everything related to your project is saved in a single project file. The project file is where you develop and maintain the project roadmap. The roadmap organizes your project into phases. As you go through each phase, you add and complete the tools, forms, documents, and analyses you use to execute your project.
You use tools and forms to collect data about your project. For example, you can use a mapping tool to map the process that is failing, a brainstorming tool to capture possible reasons why the process is failing, and forms to analyze and document the steps you are taking to improve the process.
You can attach non-Engage files or web pages to your project so you can directly access them.
When you rename a Minitab project, the new name is only displayed in Engage, not in Minitab.
When workflow is off, you can start a project by opening the desktop app. Choose , then choose a project template.
With desktop projects, data is managed locally. With an Engage subscription, data is managed globally. During the upload of desktop projects, any local data field that matches both the name and the properties of a global data field is mapped and included in dashboard reports. A local data field that does not map to a global data field is preserved as a local data field. To manage and include a local data field in dashboard reports, a data architect must recreate it as a global data field in the sandbox. For more information about data fields, go to Data fields and form design.
Watch a video to learn more about projects.