Settings overview

Since customization is a thing that most of us highly appreciate, we give you the opportunity to customize almost everything you want in terms of Ergonode!

Ergonode wants to give you a chance to personalize all the settings so we offer you most flexible options, starting from user roles, through languages and even to your own company's units. But let's start from the beginning.

In order to set anything you need to choose 'System' from the menu on the left side of your panel. You should see four options, but the ones we are interested in now are 'Users', 'User roles', and 'Settings'. Let's go through them one by one.

1. After choosing 'Users' tab you see all the users having access to the panel. From this place you may add new users, but also modify all the existing ones. Have in mind that there is no limit to the number of existing users. When it comes to modifying any features of your users, you may for example change their password, avatar or even language restrictions.

As you can see, you may also edit the role of the user. But in order to give someone a role, you need to create it first.

2. With help comes here the 'User roles' tab in your menu. From this spot you may create new roles and edit the ones you have already designed.

Naturally, it is possible to edit the privileges of the specific role. In order to do that you need to decide which permissions you want to assign to the particular role. There is quite a few to choose from, so you may create a lot of roles for users and give each of them different privileges.

3. Finally we reach 'Settings' tab. Here, you've got two main categories of elements to edit.

First of all, you have access to multiple languages to choose from. After you decide about the ones you are interested in, you may move to the second tab which is 'Languages inheritance'. Now there is the time to establish hierarchy of system languages.

Last but not least we find the 'Units' tab. Here you may put basically anything you wish. I encourage you to read more about Units here.