Web System Users
Tab 1,Web System Account users:
Account users is the 1st tab.
To delete a User, select the checkbox next to that users login and click Delete selected
To Add a User, click Add new user.
To Edit an existing User, mouseover the User's name (Edit will appear). Click it, then edit.
Those items that are required, must be completed. If you already have created Roles, then you may assign this user to a specific Role. If not, then the User will initially be assigned to the Default Role. You may also choose to enable multiple sessions using one login. This has the effect of more than one user - with each having the same login and password. After completing this form, you must click the button Add user. You will be returned to your list of Users. Assuming that you are the Owner of this Account, you will receive an email from Younicycle informing you that a change was made to your Account.
To View information about this User, click the name of the user. To Edit this User, mouseover the login of this user and click Edit. If you select Edit - one additional configurable item will appear (Account Admin). Anytime User or Account details are changed and Saved, the Account owner will receive a notification from Younicycle. Multisession will allow multiple users (no limit) login with identical login and password.
(Image: New user)
The form for Edit User is virtually identical to New User. You can also reassign the User's Role and Change the Password within this form.
Tab 3, Current Users Activity:
This tab shows the list of all processes currently active in your account.
If necessary, users with Administrator priviliges can terminate one or more user sessons. This has the effect of a 'forced logout' for that user and eliminates a current process. Note that this does NOT delete the user or change the user's Privileges or Role. It simply logs him/her out.
Selecting 'Last position' will direct you to that object - so that you can visually identify the specific location of the user - what he/she is 'working on' at that moment.