In this article, we explain how to use the journey repository
As mentioned in the guide on creating journeys, all journeys end up in the journey repository.
The journey repository shows all the journeys that have been created across the whole organization.
Because the number of journeys can grow quickly, journeys can be filtered according to the labels your teams give them. This helps you filter journeys based on:
● Status – Current status
● Group – Specific groups in the organization
● Type – Journey Type
● Tags – Global tags
To ensure your teams are off to a good start when labeling their journeys, it’s important to create a good labeling taxonomy up front.
Using the journey repository
There are several common situations in which the opportunity repository can help you.
● Present journeys in presentations or creative workshops. The opportunity overview allows you to easily filter opportunities, so you can easily present opportunities related to specific journeys, domains, or teams.
● Manage journey progress. The opportunity repository highlights the status and ownership associated with journeys, allowing you to easily track what teams are currently focussing on across the organisation, and identifying promising journeys that might not have been picked up by anyone yet.
● Clean up journeys. As you create more journeys across the organization, you might want to periodically review them to make sure they remain mutually exclusive, yet collectively exhaustive.