- DataSet Ticker
- DataSet View
- Google Traffic
- HTML Package
- Local Video
- Menu Boards
- Shell Command
- Sub Playlist
- Twitter Metro
- Video In
- Web Page
- World Clock
The User Profile can be used to set preferences and options for the logged in User.
Located in the top right of the CMS, click on the icon to open.
![User Profile](C:/Users/Natasha/Documents/Fork Manual Pages ALL/source/en/img/tour_user_profile.png)
![Preferences](C:/Users/Natasha/Documents/Fork Manual Pages ALL/source/en/img/v2_tour_profile_preferences.png)
Select how you would like the Navigation Menu to be positioned.Once saved, ensure you refresh your browser to apply changes.
Use the drop down to view only relevant content as, Standard CMS content or DOOH content.DOOH content can be a separate view for Users that have authorised DOOH Applications as viewed under My Applications.
Select to use the Library duration or Module defaults for all assigned Media.
Tick to automatically show the thumbnail column when requesting screenshots.
![Edit Profile](C:/Users/Natasha/Documents/Fork Manual Pages ALL/source/en/img/v2_tour_edit_profile.png)
Update a User Email address
Enable Two Factor Authentication
Take a short tour of the CMS to assist with navigation and functionality.
Click to view the User Manual to give a greater understanding of CMS features and functionality.
Click to securely logout of the CMS Instance.
Dashboards can be assigned when creating Users and allow as well as restrict other areas of the CMS.
There are four Dashboard views of the CMS that can be assigned to Users, which will be the first screen Users will see after login.
The CMS Status Dashboard is the default Dashboard for Super Admin Users and is intended as a high-level view of the system for Administrators. It provides information relating to Library and Bandwidth usage, Display Activity and Latest news.
The CMS Icon Dashboard is the default Dashboard for all new assigned Users and is intended as a Launcher into other areas of the CMS. The icons within the Dashboard are shown/hidden according to the permissions for the User.
The CMS Media Manager Dashboard can be enabled for Users who should only edit the Media they have been given permission for. The Media Manager Dashboard gives a restricted access view of the CMS presented in a grid style interface which lists each item the User has permissions to edit. Users can use the dropdown menu to select Widgets from Drafts or Playlists and use the available filters.
This dashboard is available from v2.3
The Playlist Dashboard can be assigned to Users who belong to the Playlist Dashboard User User Group so that they only have access to upload/replace media in Playlists they have been given permission to.
The Playlist Dashboard gives a restricted view of the CMS with a User only able to select a Playlist to manage using a drop-down menu.
Spots are configured using the Sub-Playlist Widget to determine how many media files a User can upload.