Solodev provides administrators with the ability to manage bits of information related to their organization, domain and Solodev instance. From the settings page users can manage native Solodev applications, workflows, usage reports, branding and advanced configurations. This document will show the user how to access the settings dashboard and provide a summary of each settings category in the dashboard. 

Accessing Solodev settings

  • Login to Solodev.
  • Under the Admin section of the Solodev dashboard click Settings
  • The user is directed to a page blank page with a settings dashboard. 
  • Click on a category to get populate the page and get started. 

Settings categories 

Apps: Administrators are presented with a layout of the Solodev dashboard and its resources or applications. From here, administrators can install Solodev applications to specific sections of the dashboard. Learn more about managing applications

Permissions: On this page, administrators can view an aggregated list of users and groups in the CMS system. Users are not able to manage permissions from this page. Administrators can use the dynamic search feature to filter permissions by users, groups and permission names and types.  

Workflow: Administrators can use this page to add and manage a list of workflows within the CMS system. Learn more about workflows

Reports: Administrators can use this page to monitor usage within the CMS system. Administrators can also use the dynamic search feature to filter reports by dates, specific actions, IPs, and users. Learn more about reports

Branding: Administrators are able to customize the Solodev CMS system in line with their organization’s brand. Administrators can choose a logo, primary button colour, secondary button colour, apply custom CSS, and configure a custom dashboard. Learn more about branding

Config: This page allows administrators to configure a variety of settings related to their websites. Here administrators can configure payment options for their eCommerce store, SSL, email, and much more. An overview of the config settings can be found here

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