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We have more than 3 clients currently asking and wanting to customize their home screen in Cognos Analytics. The new default (11.0.7+) has additional "tiles" that show recently ran reports and a quick links section at the right that shows some IBM defined easily accessible information. When using an extension you are not able to leverage these new objects and display the tiles or links. Our clients would like the ability to show/hide and customize the tiles and links and embed them into the extension solution or allow for customization of the default page. This customization should allow for us to change the content of the tiles to not just allow recent but also specific reports/objects that need front page visibility. The Quick Reference section should also be fully customizable to allow our own training/tips etc to be featured rather than the canned IBM objects.
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