Administrator

 

The Administrator module is the interface where administrators can manage all the system settings required for good development of business applications. There are many tasks that can be done with the administrator interface. 

If you are in charge of the administrative part of Aurachain, this is the place to find out about all the settings you might need to make use of as an administrator.

The Admin page is Aurachain’s management hub.

By accessing the menu tab Aurachain > Admin, an administrator user will be able to:

  • Create/update/activate/inactivate/disable Groups & Users

  • Set up users and groups permissions 

  • Set up notifications

  • Set up global applied Email Templates

  • Turn on additional features of the Aurachain Portal

Only an admin can see this page and has access to it.

Admin menu and functionalities

Users & Groups

  • Add your company’s users, view Groups assigned per user and select other Groups to assign to users when changes occur within your organization.

 

Messaging and Com:

  • Set up the from an email address, SMTP customization, and others. As well, you can set up test emails and test SMS.

 

Email Templates:

  • Write globally applied email templates using an easy to use HTML editor. 

 

Features:

  • Features are functionalities that the user can turn on to test or use and share feedback about. There are a few types of features:

1. Additional Features:

Additional features that you can turn on/off at any time 

Some features in Aurachain are enabled on request only. They are stable features that can be enabled or disabled, depending on the users' needs.

2. Integrations:

Some integrations in Aurachain will be available soon. They are enabled on request only. They are stable features that can be enabled or disabled, depending on the users' needs.

3. Experimental Features:

Aurachain offers several beta features known as Experimental, which are exciting new ways to enhance your applications. Keep in mind that when you use an Experimental feature, you are agreeing to use a feature that has not been fully tested and may still have some bugs. 


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