Use the dedicated Admin Console, to get an overview of all authors (users that can build Modules) and Modules contained in your BRYTER account. The Admin Console enables you to manage users and view all published and unpublished Modules across your organization's BRYTER tenant. To access this area, you need specific admin rights. Usually, one admin within your organization will have these rights.
Access and exit the Admin Console
As an Admin, select your username on the Dashboard and choose Admin Console. It will direct you to the Admin Console page. To exit the Admin Console and go back to the Dashboard, select your username and choose Exit Admin Console or select the Exit Admin Console button in the bottom left corner.
Access the Admin Console
Exit the Admin Console
Similar to the statistics page for an individual, you can analyze the performance not only of your Module but of your entire organization. The organization activity shows you all total and completed Module sessions in the right column. The graph displays the activity over the last 28 days.
The Applications section displays all created Applications within your tenant. You can search Applications, and inspect the creation and modification dates. If you are a collaborator, you can access Applications by selecting the Application name. Finally, you can add and remove collaborators by selecting Edit.
The Users section displays all available users, including admins and authors. You can also add new users by selecting the blue button in the top right corner. If users have not activated their account during the activation window indicated in the automated email, admins can resend the activation email by selecting Send activation. To deactivate a user, please contact your Customer Success Manager.
As an admin, you can create and delete (User) Groups, manage their members, and edit the group name.
The Theme Library enables you, as an admin, to create, edit, and delete themes to be used by authors in your organization.
As an admin, you can view the complete log of all events that have been recorded in their organization's system.
As an admin, you can define publishing defaults and settings for both the Test and Live environment in Environments.
Admin Console Environments – Configure Test
Admin Console Environments – Configure Live
As an admin, you can set up Integration configurations for authors to use in their Modules.
Admins can configure SAML identity providers to use as single sign-on system to log into BRYTER.
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