The Diri helper

The Diri helper

The Diri helper is an in-application knowledge base with tips, tricks, and useful information available throughout the application. Consult her in the bottom right corner if you become stuck in the risk assessment process or you are wondering about something. The helper might have the answers you need readily available.

Information available in the Diri helper for the risk assessment dashboard

The Diri helper contains useful information about widgets, dashboard cards, and risk assessment.

The Diri helper's explanation of cost summation in the cost-benefit analysis in Risk treatments

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