Add Tooltip Values in Your Data Dictionaries

This article is most useful for: superusers

Borealis offers advanced configuration options for managing data dictionaries. By adding a description to the values in your data dictionaries, Borealis users can see the details on what the available options for a given field mean.

To add a description to a value in a data dictionary:

  • Access the desired data dictionary:
     
    • Route 1: Directly through the “Configuration” menu for the following dictionaries:

      • “Relationship type”
      • “Topic category”
      • “Individual Titles”

    • Route 2: “Configuration --> Data dictionary” then access the desired dictionary

  • Edit or add a value.
  • Fill out the “Description” field according to the active languages in Borealis.

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The added description will now appear as a pop up in the user’s language when the mouse hovers over a drop-down menu.

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To learn more about the configuration options in Borealis, see this handy Helpdesk section.

 

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