Setting up your personal profile information for your database account and preferences can be done through your Personal Settings panel.
To access the Personal Settings panel, hover on your name (if you don't have a name registered, your e-mail address will be shown) on the upper-right side of your screen. Under Personal, click Personal Settings.
Your Profile page allows you to set your display name, change your password, and set your phone, picture, and signature. This information will only be visible to system administrators in your Ragic account through the internal user information panel, and anywhere this information is linked to within your database for users with access rights to view this information.
The picture you upload to your Profile will be your avatar in Ragic. You can also choose a picture from default pictures as an alternative to uploading your own.
The uploaded picture will be displayed in Comments、Tasks、Notifications and Select User Fields.
If you turn on the Notify Deputy option, the Ragic system will automatically send approval requests to your deputy when an approval flow related to you starts. Using this option would be very helpful when you are on leave.
You can activate Two-step authentication to protect your account with both your password and your phone. First, you will need to enter your password.
In the next step, it requires your phone number and selection of how to get the authentication code. If you choose Time-based one-time password or Authy prompt, you will need to download a third party app - Authy. This app will be used for authentication purposes.
Enter the code you received.
Click Enable to apply this setting.
After enabling two-step authentication, you will need to enter the authentication code to log in.
If you would like to disable two-step authentication, you can adjust it in your Profile.
Your Preferences panel is a global display setting that affects how you interact with your Ragic database sheets. The default values and what these preference options mean are explained below:
|Show fly-in when hovering on linked fields||On||Displays the right panel fly-in when hovered on linked fields.|
|Show fly-in when clicking on linked fields||On||Displays the right panel fly-in when clicking on linked fields.|
|Go to source data when clicking on linked fields||Off||Opens the source data in a new tab when clicking on linked fields. You can only turn on either Show fly-in when clicking on linked fields or Go to source data when clicking on linked fields at the same time.|
|Show fly-in when hovering on linked subtable fields||On||Displays the right panel fly-in when hovered on linked fields in subtables.|
|Show fly-in preview when hovering on uploaded picture or file||On||Displays an image or file preview for image upload fields or file upload fields when hovered on an existing uploaded image or file.|
|Display e-mail addresses as a link||On||Displays E-mail fields as links, and behaves according to how the user has configured their browser setting for e-mail addresses.|
|Display phone numbers as a link||On||Displays Phone fields as links, and behaves according to how the user has configured their browser setting for phone links.|
|Open tab folder menu with mouse click||Off||Toggles setting for tab menus to display sheet names when hovered or clicked.|
|Display Most Visited block and Recent Items block||Off||Displays recently used sheets and records in the left side panel.|
|Show Pencil Icon for Editing in Listing Page||On||Displays Pencil Icon in Listing Page for quick access to Edit Multiple Entries.|
|Number of entries per page||25||Global setting for the number of entries displayed on listing pages. This can be configured for individual sheets with this method.|
You can also turn off all of the fly-in by clicking gear icon in right panel. For detailed information please refer to this article.