The My Profile screen displays information about the current user's profile.
Accessing the user profile.
Users logged into the system may access their own user profile screen by clicking the "person" icon from the side navigation panel
Accessing user profile
The profile screen shows basic information about the user and allows the user to run few actions
The screen allows the user to:
See basic information about his profile
Logging out of the system by clicking over the "Log out" button from the upper-right corner
Changing the password by clicking the "Change password" button from the upper-right corner
Log out of the system
The user can log out of the system by clicking over the Log Out button from the upper-right corner. It will navigate back to the login page. The user needs to login again to access the system.
The users may change their passwords by clicking the Change Password button from the upper-right corner. The will initiate the change password process by sending a verification code to the user's e-mail.
Manage user's API key
The users may also manage their API keys. The API keys are secrets (which the user shall keep in secret) which can be used to enable access of external systems to the current application area on behalf of the user.
The API keys are advanced topic and must be only used by system administrators and developers
The API key section may be accessed by clicking over the API Key tab on top.
The API Key section shows the current API Key ( new users does not have API key) and allows the user to either create new api key or delete the current api key.
WARNING: Creating a new API key or deleting the existing API key will prevent any external systems and scripts from accessing your current application area with the old API key.
Creating new api key
Click over the NEW API KEY button to create new key. This will remove the existing api key and will generate new api key.
Deleting existing api key
Click over the DELETE API KEY button to delete the current api key. This will remove the API key from the system.
Seeing the current api key
Click the "eye" icon on the right to see the API key. Make sure you do this while nobody is watching your screen. This operation allows you to copy the key to use it with external system.