Managing your Account
Your Profile is where you can go to manage your account.
To get to your profile select 'My Profile' from your Dashboard side panel or from the dropdown in the Header bar.
From your Profile page you can -
Edit your personal information - such as your display name, profile picture, email address, and default content language.
View the Organisations you belong to.
View any active sessions, you can even log out from here.
The Actions you can do from your Profile -
You can edit your account details such as your Display Name, upload a Profile Picture, and select the default Content Language.
You can change your password.
You can view your recently viewed metadata. From here you can clear your history by selecting the button. This will clear all the history on this page. To delete individual items from your history, select the next to the item.
You can view your recent actions.
You can view your Roles - This will show you all your Roles within the different groups in the Registry.
You can view/edit your notification permissions - This will let you change your notification permissions, letting you choose which notifications to receive in the registry. You can also choose to send notifications to your email.
You can manage your API Tokens.
You can enable or disable Multi-factor Authentication. You can also generate and view your Backup Codes.
Roles in the registry
Roles in the Registry There are many users of the metadata registry, and all of them have different roles when it comes to maintaining the relevance and quality of metadata in the registry. Workgroup What is a Workgroup? It’s a team within the ...
Notifications About Notifications Aristotle sends you Notifications when common actions occur, such as when an item you've favourited has been edited, when an item in a Workgroup you are a member of has changed, or when a metadata item you're an ...
Viewing your roles
How to view your Roles in the Registry 1. Go to 'My Profile' from your Dashboard side panel or the dropdown in the Navigation bar. 2. From your Profile under Actions, select 'View My Roles'. 3. This will show your Roles within the Registry. It will ...
Managing user accounts
How to Manage User Accounts You must be an administrator of the Registry to be able to perform these actions How to access user accounts As an Administrator of the Registry you have the ability to manage user accounts. To access user accounts: 1. ...
Deactivating a user account
Deactivating a User Account Deactivating users can only be done by an Administrator Deactivating a users account prevents them from being able to log into the Registry. This prevents them from creating new metadata items, participating in Workgroups, ...