Progressive Disclosure is a technique used to keep Epic's GUI as straight-forward as possible. It hides data and/or functionality until you need it, or until you explicitly set Epic to show this. There are many examples of progressive disclosure within Epic. This section identifies some of the main ones.
The separation of read-only and read-write editors.
Editor sections are another example. Not only can you select which ones are automatically expanded, but you can also choose which sections to see in read-only editors. Some sections do not show at all if there is no possible data they can contain - see 'Categories' next.
Some types of record can be categorised. However if categories have not been defined for that type of record, its editors (both read-only and read-write) will not display a categories section.
By default purchase items display a single figure for their cost. However you can choose to use categorised costs.
By default Epic considers all costs and prices to be in your local currency. However if you switch Epic to use multiple currencies the GUI will allow you to select and change the currencies for costs and prices based on available exchange rates.