Take control and streamline your content operations with Mission Control. Equipped with actionable insights, you can secure your content deliverables, track tasks and comments, and establish accountability. With Mission Control, you can ensure everything goes according to your plan.
Activate Mission Control and shape the evolution
Mission Control is currently available in the early access program. It’s still in development, but you can actively use Mission Controland share your invaluable feedback to help shape its evolution.After you activate Mission Control, you can find it by going to Mission Control.
Observe content deliverables in the dashboard
The dashboard in Mission Control > Dashboard lets you observe the success rate of your content deliverables using our helpful widgets. You’ll get quick insights on your content progress, your team’s task performance, and trends in your published items.
At a glance, you can see the progress of your content production using the content progresswidget. The content progress widget accounts for the content items edited within the past 90 days. The items are grouped into the following categories:
Without due date
Scheduled to publish
Close to due date
You can also see how many items are in each category by hovering over any of the colored status bars.
Tasks done on time
Complement your observation of your team’s work with the tasks done on time widget, where you can track their task completion performance. The widget calculates how many tasks were completed within their due dates during the selected period and displays the percentage as a result.The widget’s trend compares the current and previous periods, enabling you to assess your team’s task performance over time. You can select different periods, such as the current week, month, or the past 30 days, to observe these trends. The past 30 days selection refers to the time frame counting back 30 days from the current date.The comparison reveals if there’s an increase, decrease, or steady task performance.
Items published on time
Gain more control of your content deliverables by utilizing insights from the items published on time widget. The widget calculates how many items were published within their due dates at a selected period and displays the percentage as a result.Similar to the tasks done on time widget, you can compare the results from the current period with those from the previous period. This comparison will help you to understand the trend in your team’s publishing performance – whether it’s a decrease, increase, or steady.
Oversee your content creation in content status
With content status, you can see an extensive overview of your content creation across your teams, brands, and regions. You’ll get to:
Stay on top of content items in different languages, collections, and workflow steps.
Review unresolved comments and tasks without the need to open the content items.
You can find content status in Mission Control > Content status.
Customize what you see
In content status, you can customize what to include in your view so that you see only what matters to you the most. You can spotlight specific information relevant to your progress or simplify your navigation across the view to reduce distractions.For example, if you only wish to see everything in the view except the Content type column, you can hide the column:
Go to Mission Control > Content status.
In the Content status tab, click .
Select Content type to hide the column.
Track your content’s pace
Track the advancement of your content in Mission Control > Content pace. With content pace, you can:
Prevent delays in your project outcomes.
Identify any potential bottlenecks.
Gauge content value by measuring effort against impact.
The insights present the average time taken for content items in a specific time frame for each workflow step and display the total days of the entire workflow.Hovering over a workflow step’s bar showcases the number of days and its percentage contribution to the entire workflow.You can also evaluate the average time spent on specific content types and their content items. Click one of the workflow steps to see the list that shows: