Narrative Reporting enables multiple team members to produce report packages using a variety of authoring tools. In this learning path, you will learn about basic concepts and processes used in working with report packages and their components in Narrative Reporting.
Note: As you view videos and read documentation, you may find Narrative Reporting called by its former name: Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud Service.
Report packages are sets of components called doclets that enable you to:
When a report package is complete, you can:
Report packages consist of doclets organized into sections.
Report package development occurs in the following three phases:
A doclet is the lowest level of content within the report. Doclets are assignable to users. For Word, a doclet can be a paragraph or a couple of pages. For PowerPoint, a doclet can be an individual slide or slides. You can use several types of doclets when creating report packages.
For complete Narrative Reporting documentation, review the cloud help center for Narrative Reporting: