Window tray

Depending on your chosen workspace settings, the window tray either holds all windows open in your session or your minimized windows only.

Located at the bottom of your workspace, the window tray provides a way to organize all of your windows. You can choose how the window tray behaves.

By default, the window tray is always displayed. The window tray displays a button for each open and minimized window in your workspace. For reference, the counter indicates the total number of open and minimized windows.

You can change the default setting so that only minimized windows appear in the window tray. For reference, the counter indicates the number of minimized windows.

For information about changing the behavior of the window tray, see Appearance.

Window tray

A. Window tray counter
By default, the counter indicates the number of all open and minimized windows in the workspace.

If you choose to display minimized windows only, the counter indicates the number of minimized windows in the workspace.

B. Window buttons

By default, the window tray displays a button for each open and minimized window in your session. Buttons in the window tray are listed in the order that windows are opened. Click a button in the window tray to make the selected window active. If a window is minimized, clicking the window button restores the window to the size and location it was in before it was minimized.

If you choose to display minimized windows only in the window tray, when you minimize a window, the Insights Platform moves it to the window tray and displays it as a button. To learn how to minimize a window, see Window controls. In this situation, buttons in the window tray are listed in the order that windows are minimized. Click a button in the window tray to restore the window to the size and location it was in before it was minimized.