To help you understand, deploy and use Control Compliance Suite 12.0 and later, we bring you a user-friendly tool called Mind Map.
What is a Mind Map?
Mind Map is a use-case-based graphical presentation of complex concepts and product workflows with relevant links embedded for quick and easy access. These links take you to the relevant conceptual and procedural information, which you must know while achieving your business objectives with CCS.
Why Mind Maps?
To get familiar with key terms in Control Compliance Suite
To quickly understand product architecture
To plan Control Compliance Suite deployment
To understand how to install and configure the product
To troubleshoot an issue
To watch relevant videos
Mind Map serves as a one-stop solution for these requirements.
How to access Mind Maps from the Control Compliance Suite console?
To access Mind Maps, on the home page of Control Compliance Suite 12.0.1 and later, click the icon at the top right corner.
Structure of a Mind Map
A Mind Map comprises expandable and collapsible blocks that we call map topics.
Central topic: Theme or title
The central topic from which other topics originate contains the main theme or the title of the map. It helps you understand the use-case that the map deals with.
Main topics: Main phases in workflow
The main topics that stem out of the central topic represent the main phases involved in the completion of the use-case workflow. Each main topic constitutes a branch of related subtopics that may include conceptual topics or procedural topics. Expand the main topics to view the subtopics.
Subtopic counter: Expand hidden topics
A number in a small bubble below a main topic indicates the number of subtopics in a collapsed branch. Click the number to expand the hidden subtopics.
Subtopics serve as progressive disclosure of information, generally steps involved in the workflow to successfully complete the use-case.
Notes and links to topics in guides and knowledge base articles
In the lower right corner of a topic or a subtopic, you see a note icon ( ) or a link icon (). Click to read additional notes about a topic. Click to read a relevant topic in a user guide, a Help topic or a knowledge base article.
The following diagram explains the structure of a Mind Map:
Open or download the following Mind Maps from the Related Attachments section:.