One size does not fit all, especially when it comes to data. We get it. That's why we've rolled out Curated Content, a feature that lets you see what matters to you, and only you.
Choose Your Own Adventure
First time jumping into CastorDoc? We won't throw you in the deep end. On your first login, you'll get to pick between two modes: Insights and Expert. Insights mode is your go-to for a business-centric view, while Expert mode is the full-throttle CastorDoc experience. Choose wisely, or don’t—you can always switch later.
Less Noise, More Signal
In Insights mode, we cut the jargon. No more drowning in tables, datasets, or tech-speak. We've hidden them from your default search filters and left-hand menu. But don’t worry, if you’ve got the link or follow lineage, you can still access all the context. We're not gatekeeping; we're guiding.
Data Meets Individuality
Remember, data teams aren't a monolith. Whether you're an analyst, engineer, or data scientist, your needs are unique. Curated Content lets you build an interface that's all you. It's like your personal data concierge, without the stuffiness.
Custom Context, Because You're Worth It
Just like Spotify knows your music taste better than your best friend, Curated Content knows what data matters to you. We're zoned in on the details that make your data experience not just streamlined, but insightful.
Try Curated Content in CastorDoc
Step into your new, curated world. We’ve built this feature to make your data journey as tailored as your Spotify playlists. So go ahead, make it yours. Learn more and try Curated Content in CastorDoc here.
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