Please find below a few helpful tips to get you started on Rigel:

1. Set your own filters and view (see related article)

Some preset views are at your disposal. If you're a translator, a reviewers or a validator, you'll probably want to use the "My Tasks" view to see only the tasks assigned to you. If your a country manager or a project manager, you probably want to use "Current Tasks" to get only the on going translation requests. You can also add your own personal filter in the search bar, like filtering for your target language for example. Once you're all set, you can save that filter as a custom view.

2. Select your columns

Not all the information about a task are relevant for you. So by clicking on the "columns" button, you can show or hide the different columns and reorder them, to get only the information you need in your interface. You can also resize them or order by a specific columns by clicking on it. Try it out!

3. Still too many tasks?

You can group your tasks by some criteria. As a translator and reviewer, you may want to group them by status for example. As a manager, you may want to filter them by target language or assigned users. You can do that by clicking on the "Group By" menu for more clarity.

4. Now, let's get some assigned tasks!

On the right side panel, click on the tasks assignation widget. This is the equivalent of the "Next" button you had in "My tasks". You can select how many tasks you want to see assigned to yourself, see the analysis results beforehand and accept it.

5. Ready for take off!

Double click on a task to open it in the new Translation Studio. If it's assigned to you, you'll be able to edit it. If it's not, you'll see it in preview mode. You can use the different widgets on the right side panel, send one or two to the bottom, resize them,... To get the same interface as in the old studio for example, open the memory, send it to the bottom, open the term base, send it to the bottom too. Resize them and there you go!