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AMP Widgets

Universal Widgets

Universal Widgets are widgets that are available on all the AMP Dashboards (Accessibility, Recent Organization Tree, Project and Report Dashboards)

Recent Organization Tree

The new Organization widget brings a whole new means of navigation to AMP. The new Organization widget allows you to navigate between organizations, projects and reports you have access to via a hierarchy based tree menu. This means that links to reports will appear under the link to the project that contains them and links to projects will be underneath links to the organizations that contain them. This new navigation widget makes navigating between projects and child organizations a much more intuitive user-friendly process.

Recent Reports

The Recent Reports widget provides a list of the most recently created, viewed or edited reports.

Resources

The Resources widget provides links to several useful resources within AMP which are especially helpful for new users.

Top Active Issues

The Top Active Issues widget provides a list of highest priority violations that have been detected across multiple reports.

Quick Links

The Quick Links widget provides a list of commonly accessed links within AMP.

Compliance of Active Reports

The Compliance of Active Reports widget provides a comparison of the overall compliance rates of several active reports.

Recent Organizations

The Recent Organizations widget provides a list of the most recently viewed organizations.

Recent Projects

The Recent Projects widget provides a list of the most recently created, viewed or edited projects.

Recent Modules

The Recent Modules widget provides a list of the most recently created, viewed or edited modules.

Recent Standards

The Recent Standards widget provides a list of recently viewed accessibility standards.

Recent Best Practices

The Recent Best Practices widget provides a list of recently viewed Best Practices.

Recent Media Types

The Recent Media Types widget provides a list of recently viewed Media Types.

All Projects

The All Projects widget provides a list of all the projects in your current organization.

Accessibility Dashboard

Welcome!

The "Welcome!" widget is a default widget on the Accessibility Dashboard that provides an overview of what AMP is. This widget also provides quick access to several areas within AMP that are accessed by new users.

Accessibility on Demand

The Accessibility on Demand widget is a default widget on the Accessibility Dashboard which allows users to quickly perform testing on public facing content. The advanced options also allow the user to create an AMP Test directly through the widget.

Assigned Modules

The Assigned Modules widget displays any modules that have been explicitly assigned to you (this does not include modules assigned by default when a new report is generated)

Assigned Use Cases

The Assigned Use Cases widget provides a list of all the Use Cases that have been assigned to you.

All Reports

Organization Dashboard

Total Compliance

This is the overall compliance score for the standards that are associated with the current organization

Organization Compliance Health

This is the compliance score for the standards that are associated with this organization broken down by each standard.

Level of Testing Completed

On the Organization Dashboard the Level of Testing Completed widget provides an outline of the completion statue for all three levels of accessibility testing across all reports contained in the organization. The three levels of accessibility testing are:

  • Automated – Completed by AMP’s testing engine.
  • Manual – Testing conditions which must be completed by a human tester.
  • Functional – Testing performed with assistive technologies (screen readers, screen magnification software, voice recognition software, etc.).

Organization Reports

The Organization Reports widget lists all the reports within the current organization.

Violation Severity Metrics

The Violation Severity Metrics widget, found on the report dashboard, includes a pie chart displaying the percentage of violations in your report that meet each of the categories. It looks at all the violations across all the modules on all the reports in the organization and tells you which percentage of violations are high, medium or low severity. This widget allows you to gauge how bad the severity problems, of the tested content, are on a organization level.

Project Dashboard

Accessibility on Demand

A widget which allows users to quickly perform testing on public facing content. The advanced options also allow the user to create an AMP Test directly through the widget.

Total Compliance

This is the overall compliance score for all the reports in contained in this project based on the standards that are associated with the current organization

Level of Testing Completed

On the Project Dashboard the Level of Testing Completed widget provides an outline of the completion statue for all three levels of accessibility testing across all reports contained in the current project. The three levels of accessibility testing are:

  • Automated – Completed by AMP’s testing engine.
  • Manual – Testing conditions which must be completed by a human tester.
  • Functional – Testing performed with assistive technologies (screen readers, screen magnification software, voice recognition software, etc.).

Violation Severity Metrics

On the Project Dashboard the Violation Severity Metrics widget looks at all the violations across all the modules on all the reports in the project and tells you which percentage of violations are high, medium or low severity. This widget allows you to gauge how bad the severity problems, of the tested content, are on a project level.

Project Compliance Health

The Project Compliance Health widget shows the compliance (as a percentage) of the tested material across all reports in the project in context to each individual standard ruleset.

Project Reports

The Project Reports widget displays all the reports contained within the project

Project Comparative Overall Compliance

The Project Comparative Overall Compliance widget compares the compliance level (as a percentage) of the current project to that of other projects in the same organization.

Report Dashboard

Violation Severity Metrics

The Violation Severity Metrics widget looks at all the violations across all the modules in the report and tells you which percentage of violations are high, medium or low severity. This widget allows you to gauge how bad the severity problems, of the tested content, are.

Report Info

The Report Info widget provides basic information about the report, such as:

  • Report Name - The name provided by the user who manually created the report, or the name for the report derived from the AMP Test which created it.
  • Created - The date on which the report was created.
  • Report Owner - User who is assigned as the owner of the report, by default this is the user who created the report.
  • Technology Platform - The type of technology that was tested. AMP reports are based on a single technology platform.
  • Description - Provides a information about the test that was used to generate the report, including test parameters.
  • Report State - This is the state that the report is currently in. Created means the report has been created, and is currently in the testing process. Published indicates that the report is completed and finalized.

Report Compliance

This widget shows how compliant (as a percentage) the tested material is in context to each individual standard ruleset.

Report Comparative Overall Compliance

This widget compares the compliance level (as a percentage) of the current report to that of other reports in the same project or of the same technology platform.

Level of Testing Completed

On the Report Dashboard the Level of Testing Completed widget provides an outline of the completion statue for all three levels of accessibility testing in for the current report. The three levels of accessibility testing are:

  • Automated – Completed by AMP’s testing engine.
  • Manual – Testing conditions which must be completed by a human tester.
  • Functional – Testing performed with assistive technologies (screen readers, screen magnification software, voice recognition software, etc.).
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