Thanks for the reminder to get that info posted - is about 95% done. Plus I
decided just now to add a bit about sharing to this same page. I'll have
this part done tomorrow, and will work on getting the rest of this wiki
area polished near term (updates + unpublished tutorials).
For the question, your own workflows are not automatically shared with
other users. But workflows can be shared just like histories, pages, and
visualizations with other users working on the same Galaxy instance.
Click into "Workflow" on the masthead, then click on the workflow name. The
menu has a sharing option. To share with everyone, publish it. This will
make it visible under "Shared Data -> Published Workflows" in the masthead.
A description of how it works is in the wiki here:
Galaxy Application Support
On Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 12:56 PM, Alexander Vowinkel <
> awesome! that worked!
> Now I can also see the Page ;)
> Will such a shown workflow be visible for all users?
> If not, is is possible to make it visible to all users?
> 2015-09-02 12:02 GMT-05:00 Jennifer Hillman-Jackson <j...@galaxyproject.org
>> Go the the Worflows home page by clicking on the link in the upper
>> masthead. On the bottom of that page, in the section 'Other options' click
>> on the button 'Configure your workflow menu'.
>> The next page lists all of your workflows. To place any at the top of
>> your workflow list (found at the bottom of the left tool panel in the
>> 'Analyze Data' view), mark the checkbox in the column 'Show in menu'.
>> All workflows are listed by default in the tool panel now, this just
>> promotes the checked workflows to the top, where they can be quickly
>> accessed and used "like a tool".
>> A bit more customization can be done, such as hiding intermediate
>> workflow steps so that just the result dataset is active in the history. Do
>> this in the workflow editor.
>> Thanks for using Galaxy,
>> Jennifer Hillman-Jackson
>> Galaxy Application Support
>> On Tue, Sep 1, 2015 at 5:37 PM, Alexander Vowinkel <
>> vowinkel.alexan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> this page:
>>> is linked here:
>>> but does not exist.
>>> How can I put my Workflow for all users into the Tool Panel?
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