Simplifying access to information objects
As discussed previously, to select an information object for a report, the user traverses the information object project folder hierarchy within the parent folder in which you publish the project. At a minimum, assuming you published the information object project at the root level of the volume and granted the user access to those folders, the user navigates two folder levels to access the information objects. If the organization of a volume’s contents requires that you publish an information object project within other folders—which is typical—the user must navigate more than two levels of folders. If each level displays multiple folders, the probability of the user finding the correct path to the information objects the first time decreases.
To address this navigation problem, you can:
You can use both techniques, each described in the following sections.

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