Updated on 08.11.21
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A quick video guide explaining the Team Management features of the SEON Sense Platform
The Team Management page allows you to manage the admin panel user accounts. You are able to create, modify and delete existing users.
User accounts for the SEON admin panel can be managed from the Team Page. You are able to create, modify and delete existing users as well as set individual user permissions. Administrators also have the option to add profile pictures to other users’ accounts.
Two Factor Authentication (2FA) should ideally be enabled for all users to improve the security of your account and protect sensitive data. When enabled, in addition to their user credentials, users will be required to use an Authenticator application to obtain and then enter an additional security code when accessing the SEON system.
Creating New Users
|You can invite colleagues by pressing the “Invite new team member” button.|
On inviting a new user, they shall receive an invitation email along with a link allowing them to login and set their own user credentials.
At the point of inviting a user you also have the ability to restrict them to the sandbox environment in order to restrict their access to live data.
Users within the SEON platform need to be assigned to a user role. By default, there are two user roles in the platform: Administrator and Fraud Analyst. Whilst the Administrator and Fraud Analyst roles’ permission levels cannot be modified, you are able to create and edit additional user roles within the Role Groups tab. These additional roles can have granular permission levels set against a range of areas in the system with each area being able to be set to either Write Permission, Read Permission or No Permission.
Your individual user account details can be managed from the My Account page - accessible from the main navigation, or clicking your name in the top-right hand corner of the screen and then selecting My Account.
Under the Profile tab you may view useful information about your user account, including your Production and Sandbox license keys. These keys are used to authenticate your API Requests, depending on which environment you want to send them to.
You may enable two factor authentication, upload a profile picture or change the password of your account.
Administrators are also able to cancel the account subscription.