My profile

My Profile is where you can configure settings that are unique to your own user profile. To access ‘My Profile’ click on the drop down icon just under your username within the top navigation bar, as shown below:

My profile

There are five tabs within the ‘My Profile’ window:

My profile window

Change Password Copied

Before you can change password, you need to enter your current password to confirm your identity.

For the new password, there will be a meter to inform you of the strength of your password:

My profile change password

The meter will dynamically update as you type a new password. There are 5 levels for the password strength. It is based on the Dropbox zxcvbn library, where repeated characters and dictionary words are penalised.

Other words that will be penalised are:

Opsview Monitor will NOT allow you to submit the password if it is below a minimum strength level. This is configured in the Web App

My Links enable you to add both internal and external URL’s to Opsview Monitor that are accessible via the My Links section of the menu. My Links can be configured on this tab or using the share icon available on some pages of Opsview Monitor.

  1. To configure My Links via My Profile, start by clicking on the My Links tab.

    Configure My Links via My Profile

  2. Click Add New.

    Add new link

  3. Enter a Name (that’s unique) and a URL for your link . The URL should begin with “http://”, “https://” or “/”.

    New name for the link

  4. Click on the icon to choose your custom icon. You can also search for an icon by entering your search term and pressing enter. When you have found an icon, click on it to select it.

    Select icon

  5. When you have finished adding your links, click Submit Changes.

Your newly added links will now be visible under the ‘My Links’ section of the menu. Links that point to internal Opsview Monitor pages will open in the current window, external links will open in a new browser window.

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