Getting Started with OnBoard: Sample Data
This article will explore the sample data that is inserted when an organization has been created in OnBoard.
Note: Sample data will not be included for organizations created prior to the OnBoard update, made available on 6/16/2014.
What is Sample Data?
Sample data is helpful information that does not contain any valuable data. In OnBoard, it serves as a placeholder where real data is normally present and can be used for testing or as a jumping off point for Board content creation.
Why is there Sample Data included in OnBoard?
The idea behind sample data being included when an organization has been created is to allow Trial customers, or those participating in a demo, to immediately see the capabilities of the product from the web interface or iPad app. This data also provides a basis for future meeting creation.
What Sample Data is included when I Create an Organization?
OnBoard includes sample data in the following areas: Meetings, Users, Groups, Resources
Note: If the browser is refreshed during the organization creation, not all sample data will be included.
- Board Meeting Q2
- Audit Committee Meeting
- Amber Banks
- Antonia Doyle
- Dana Gray
- Gilbert Alvarado
- Glen Black
- Marshall Reeves
- Board of Directors
Resources- There will be one folder, labeled Organization in the Resource Library that the entire Organization has access to view. That folder contains a single document called:
- Governance Guidelines.pdf
Can I remove this data?
Yes, this data can be removed at any time, though we highly recommend using the sample data as a starting point for future Meeting, Group, Users, and Resources that will be created or uploaded into OnBoard.
Note: Sample data users count as Licensed Users and should be removed if you are concerned about going over your purchased user subscriptions number.
How to Remove the Sample Data
Administrators can easily remove this sample data. For more details on how to removed these items please reference the following administrator training articles.