Views can be used to restrict what areas of the report are visible for certain role groups or users. These views are great for adjusting the signal to noise ratio for your users.
By limiting the areas of a report the user can see and interact with, you can help them find items they can action and not be distracted by issues that are outside their role. There are a few views available by default, and additional views can be customized in your account by your Customer Success Manager.
This view has been created for website Managers. All report results and actions will be visible.
This view has been created for Content Editors. Applying this view will narrow the focus on all reports available to this user or role group to the Content section of the report. This allows content editors to be presented with actionable items that would fall within their skillset and remit, for example spelling errors, grammar mistakes, broken links, content accessibility issues etc.
This view has been created for Developers. Applying this view will narrow the focus on all reports available to this user or role group to the checks that are best suited to a developer’s skillset, for example technical accessibility issues, SSL issues, ensuring the site doesn’t duplicate content across https/http and www and non-www, etc.