User preferences for datasets will allow you to customize the way you interact with Canvs MRX. All preferences are user-specific. You'll be able to control whether you want to see codes on the platform, iconography for distinguishing between Auto Codes and Codes created by Rules, whether you see Highlights on the page, and the default Emotion Framework setting.
To access User Preferences, go to the (...) three dots on the top-right and then click Change Preferences. You can also access User Preferences by clicking on the icon with the three lines next to Open Ends in Summary.
Within User Preferences, you can control what displays on-screen as your default settings in regards to Codes, Icons, Highlights, and Emotion Frameworks. User preferences can change the views of the Codes you see, but will not remove any Codes from the actual dataset itself.
Switch to My Preferences: If another user sends you a link to a dataset they were viewing, their User preferences will be displayed. Click Switch to My Preferences to use and set your default settings.
Summary: Toggle the button to enable or disable all Nets and Codes in the dataset. To learn more about Summary, click here. Click Show More or Show Less to expand or collapse additional options. Within the Summary section, you can choose to toggle on or off different kinds of Codes.
AI-Powered: Toggle the button to enable Canvs AI-Powered Codes such as "Might Watch" and "General Boredom". To learn more about AI-Powered (formerly "Auto Codes" click here.
Rule-Based: Toggle the button to enable Codes that have been created by Rules. Learn more about Rules here.
Manual Codes: Toggle the button to enable Codes that have been created or modified by yourself and other people in your organization.
Flagged for Cleaning: Toggle the button to enable Canvs Flagged Codes such as "Long Winded" and "Likely Spam"
3. Icons: Toggle the button to enable or disable Icons on the Content Page of the dataset. Click Show More or Show Less to expand or collapse additional options. Within the Icons section, you can choose to toggle on or off different icons shown during Analysis on the Ranker or during Editing.
The "A" for AI-Powered/Automatically created Codes or "R" for Codes created by a Rule will display or be hidden based on your selection.
4. Highlights: Toggle the button to display or hide Canvs Highlights. To learn more about Highlights, click here.
5. Emotional Framework: Select the Emotional Framework you'd like to see as a default when analyzing your datasets. To learn more about Canvs' Emotional Frameworks, click here.
Click Save to set your updated User Preferences.