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Inside Fenorri everyone have their profiles. This allows for improving internal communication and collaboration. Profile pages contain not only useful information but also reports, files, business apps, emails, and other resources. Each profile has a dashboard where user stats can be viewed.
Open your top menu and click on the 'Posts & Profile' item:
Alternatively, click on a person's name to view their profile.
Each profile has the following menu to enable quick access to the various profile sections:
To view an email, simply click on it (alternatively you can click on the 'comments' or 'expand' buttons).
The following section contains info on who many certificates the person has, how many endorsements have been given to the person, how many likes has the person received, and how many followers does the person has.
This section contains a person's contact information:
This section contains all currently running apps. That means the user has started a business app and has not finished it, to it is paused right now. The profile owner can continue with a business app by clicking the 'Run' button directly from here:
Recent reports can be viewed from the following section:
If the profile owner has worked on any files recently, they will appear in the following section:
This section contains user groups:
This section shows who are the managers of this particular person. To view who are the subsidiaries of the person and a mini org chart, click on the 'Expand' button:
The following section is showing who does the person follow:
This is a short-cut to the user's data and master data forms:
This section contains which skills does this person have:
The education section contains information on a person's educational background.
This section contains what experience does the person has.
If other users have given any endorsements, they would be listed in the following section:
Whenever an endorsement is written, it will automatically publish a post to the person's profile and send a post to the timeline.
People can list their certificates in the following section:
You can select the following option from the top menu:
Alternatively, you can click the following button directly from your profile page:
The following section contains user basic information:
Inside the following section you can specify who does the person report to, as well as who reports to that person:
Person's contact details can be listed in the following section:
Other account settings include specifying if the person is an administrator, what language should be the default one for that person. You can also specify if the person is a superuser. You can deactivate an account. You can also enable or disable access via a mobile device for that particular user:
You can also enable or disable access to the editors, such as forms, reports or business apps editors. This will ensure that users who do not need to work on your data forms, reports or apps, they will not be able to open a form/report/business app and edit it. Once you have finished, click the 'Save' button:
By default, if you have not granted a person with an 'Administrator' or 'Superuser' level, that person would be considered an ordinary user.
Superusers in Fenorri are administrators will full access to everything. You should only grant this level of administration to fully trustworthy employees. This can be your general manager, IT administrator, or anyone else who needs this level of access and can be fully trusted.
Administrators are similar to superusers, but they do not have full access. Instead, it is limited to only administering teams and resources. Administrators cannot perform some functions available only to superusers. For instance, superusers have access to all resources in the system (e.g. forms, reports, business apps, files, etc.), while administrators don't have this kind of access. In case an administrator needs to view a report they don't have access to, they need to ask for access from the owner. Superusers would be able to access the same report even though no-one has granted them such access.
In the drop-down menu, you can select your availability status.
You can set your availability status by clicking the 'lock' icon at the top menu:
Please note, you can also set your status inside your calendar item. For each calendar activity, you can have a separate status, which will be shown automatically during the time of that particular item is current. For instance, you can have a scheduled meeting and set in advance that your status is 'Do not disturb'. Inside your calendar, click on any item and set your availability status:
You can configure your profile access by selecting your top page menu 'Configuration' icon:
Select 'Privacy settings' from the drop-down menu:
You will then be able to specify who can access your profile posts, file, pins, reports, apps, dashboard, etc:
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