In the Environments section (previously known as the Settings section) of the Admin Console, tenant administrators can configure default publishing settings for Environments. Authors can confirm these defaults or choose to change these settings during the publishing process.
Environments and Publishing settings
In the Environments section, the admin can view and configure different Environments. BRYTER comes with two built-in environments, the Test environment and Live environment. By clicking Configure admins can adjust general settings, access settings, and consent messages independently.
Test defaults and consent message
Admins can configure default settings for publishing modules on the Test environment. All activated toggles will be pre-selected for authors once they want to publish a module to Test.
In the General Settings, admins can disable to save answers for statistics or alternatively enable save and continue later. To ensure brand compliance, custom themes can also be pre-selected.
The Access Settings allow admins to pre-select required logins, passwords or to enable accessibility via an API key if enabled on your tenant. In addition, admins can also enable the toggle 'Only accessible for selected users'.
Admins can also add a custom Consent Message that will be displayed in the publishing interface and needs to be confirmed by the author publishing the module.
Live defaults and consent message
Admins can also choose to configure default settings for publishing modules on the Live environment. All activated toggles will be pre-selected for authors once they want to publish a module to Live and are not necessarily equivalent to Test publishing settings.
Admins can use the Live Consent Message to educate or inform authors upon publishing their modules.
Author View and Publishing Interface
The pre-selected setting toggles will be displayed once an author chooses to publish a Module for the first time to the Test or Live environment. Authors need to confirm that they understand the terms by clicking the check box below the consent message.
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