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Fusion Global FIN/PPM: How to Apply for News Feed Suggestions Under Controlled Availability (Doc ID 2915308.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Subledger Accounting Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Receivables Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Assets - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Project Foundation Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Financials Common Module - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 Suggested Actions provides Fusion Application users with recommendations for their next likely actions. This feature uses Al and machine learning algorithms to predict and suggest the actions each user is most likely to take. AI and machine learning use the historic navigation behavior and patterns of each user - and users like them- to determine the likelihood they will visit a specific navigation target every time they login into their applications.

Fusions Applications have a wide range of functionality and it can be challenging for users to know what to access across those applications at a particular time as well as how to navigate to important tasks. News Feed Suggestions make Oracle customers more productive by recommending important tasks to them in a timely fashion based on their historical navigation behavior. For example, if reviewing and approving Expense Reports is a task commonly performed by managers in your organization, new managers will receive a suggestion to perform that task. Or if team members are entering performance goals, other members of that team will be suggested to do the same.

With News Feed Suggestions, Oracle is helping your users get to the tasks that matter faster.

These are some of the business benefits of this feature:



Release 23A Oracle Fusion Cloud Financials What's New -> Get News Feed Suggestions On Your Next Likely Actions

Release 23A Oracle Fusion Cloud Project Management What's New -> Get News Feed Suggestions On Your Next Likely Actions



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