Commit e02faf87 authored by Kristina Hoeppner's avatar Kristina Hoeppner

Update menu structure and paths to menu items

The menus have been updated for Mahara 18.10
and thus the menu structure needs to change for
the user manual and the pathways to the menu items
needed to be adjusted as well (Bug #1782954).
parent 0c9fe4f6
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Apps
-----------------------------------
*User menu → Settings → Apps*
You can view the mobile apps that are connected to your account and can revoke the access if needed.
This is the page where you can view your mobile access tokens for :ref:`"Mahara Mobile" <mahara_mobile>`, a mobile app, available for Android and iOS.
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Legal
-----------------------------------
*User menu → Settings → Legal*
Displayed are the current terms and conditions and privacy statement for the site. If you are a member of an institution, you also see the institution privacy statment and terms and conditions if your institution set them up.
If "Strict privacy" is turned on for the site that you use, you must decide whether you consent to the statements or not.
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Notification settings
------------------------
*Settings → Notifications*
*User menu → Settings → Notifications*
Mahara sends notifications for a number of different activities:
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.. toctree::
/account/account_settings
/account/preferences
/content/profile
/content/profile_pictures
/account/legal
/account/notification_settings
/account/apps
/account/notifications
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Configure site
----------------
*Administration → Configure site*
*Administration menu → Configure site*
.. note::
*Configure site* is only accessible by site administrators.
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Site options
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Site options*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Site options*
In *Site options* you can set global options that will apply by default throughout the entire site.
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#. **Show profile completion**: If set to "Yes", :index:`a progress bar with tips <single: Profile completion activation>` about what to complete in the user profile will be displayed in the sidebar to users. They can disable it in their :ref:`account settings <general_account_options>`.
.. seealso::
Administrators can configure the items that count towards profile completion in *Administration → Institutions →* :ref:`Profile completion <profile_completion>`.
Administrators can configure the items that count towards profile completion in *Administration menu → Institutions →* :ref:`Profile completion <profile_completion>`.
#. **Export to queue**: :index:`If allowed <single: Use export queue for personal portfolio export (experimental)>`, the export queue will handle the exporting of user portfolios via Leap2A for better server load management.
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Static pages
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Static pages*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Static pages*
Here you can edit the content of some pages around the site and the pages linked to in the footer:
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Legal
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Legal*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Legal*
.. note::
The terms and conditions and privacy statement pages moved from the *Static pages* to the *Legal* section. That way, old versions can be tracked more easily.
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Menus
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Menus*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Menus*
There are two menus in Mahara:
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Networking
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Networking*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Networking*
Mahara's networking feature allows it to communicate with other Mahara or `Moodle <https://moodle.org>`_ sites. If networking is enabled, you can use it to configure single sign-on (SSO) for users who log in at either Moodle or Mahara or allow users from another Mahara instance to access yours.
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Licenses
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Licenses*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Licenses*
The site administrator can allow users to add license metadata to their artefacts in the :ref:`general site settings <general_settings>`. Additionally, an institution administrator can require institution members to choose a license for any of their artefacts in the :ref:`institution settings <add_institution>`.
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Add a license
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
As site administrator you can add as many licenses as you wish. Go to *Administration → Configure site → Licenses* and click the *Add a license* button.
As site administrator you can add as many licenses as you wish. Go to *Administration menu → Configure site → Licenses* and click the *Add a license* button.
.. figure:: /images/administration/licenses_add.*
:alt: Add a new license to the site
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Edit a license
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
As site administrator you can change the properties of any license. Go to *Administration → Configure site → Licenses* and click the *Edit* button |edit| next to a license that you want to change. You can change all license properties but the URL.
As site administrator you can change the properties of any license. Go to *Administration menu → Configure site → Licenses* and click the *Edit* button |edit| next to a license that you want to change. You can change all license properties but the URL.
.. figure:: /images/administration/licenses_edit.*
:alt: Edit a license on the site
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Site pages and collections
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Pages and collections*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Pages and collections*
You can create site pages with informational content to share with other users or you can create templates which users can copy into their own accounts. You can also change the default content and layout of the pages for the dashboard, profile, group homepage, and regular page.
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Site journals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Journals*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Journals*
You create site journals like regular :ref:`user journals <journal>`.
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Site journals
#. You can create multiple journals. Click the *Create journal* button to set up a new journal.
#. All your journals are listed on *Administration → Configure site → Journals* with their titles. The titles link through to the individual journals.
#. All your journals are listed on *Administration menu → Configure site → Journals* with their titles. The titles link through to the individual journals.
#. You can see the description of the journal.
#. You see how many entries you have in each journal.
#. Click the *Arrow* icon |arrow-to-right| to be taken to the journal and see all journal entries.
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Share
~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Share*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Share*
You share site pages and site collections like any other pages and collections.
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Site skins
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Site skins*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Site skins*
.. warning::
*Skins* is a feature that can be applied on top of themes for pages. While you can change a lot of style elements, changing all of them is not advised depending on the theme that is underlying your page.
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Fonts
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Fonts*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Fonts*
You can install additional fonts to be used with :ref:`page skins <skins>`. Currently, you cannot use these fonts anywhere else.
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Files
~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Files*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Files*
Here you can upload files that you can include in the :ref:`links and resources <links_resources>` menu or in :ref:`site pages <site_pages>`. You can add files that are in the home directory to the menu with resources for logged-in users. Files that you save in the *public* folder can be used in the menu for users who are not logged-in. Additionally, users can put them into their own portfolio pages as files to download.
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Cookie Consent
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Configure site → Cookie Consent*
*Administration menu → Configure site → Cookie Consent*
The "Cookie Law", Directive 2009/136/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, defines the requirements for consenting to the keeping of cookies across the European Union. Before your site can store or retrieve information from an electronic device, the user of your site must give informed consent for you to do so.
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Extensions
----------------
*Administration → Extensions*
*Administration menu → Extensions*
.. note::
*Extensions* is only accessible by site administrators.
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Plugin administration
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Extensions → Plugin administration*
*Administration menu → Extensions → Plugin administration*
The *Plugin administration* lists all the plugins that are currently installed on your Mahara instance and provides a link to the plugin configuration settings where available.
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The profile fields marked **searchable fields** are available for all logged-in users to search on.
:index:`Decide <Profile; Display profile fields in "User search">` which profile fields you want to display in *Administration → Users → User search*.
:index:`Decide <Profile; Display profile fields in "User search">` which profile fields you want to display in *Administration menu → Users → User search*.
.. seealso::
:index:`You <Profile; Add custom profile fields>` can add custom profile fields more easily via an `addition to a local file <https://bugs.launchpad.net/mahara/+bug/1661125>`_ in the Mahara code base.
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HTML filters
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Extensions → HTML filters*
*Administration menu → Extensions → HTML filters*
Mahara uses `HTML Purifier <http://htmlpurifier.org/>`_ to filter out malicious code that could threaten the security of the system. If you have code, e.g. iFrames or JavaScript that you wish to use and that otherwise gets filtered out, you will have to write a filter to circumvent that. Filters should always be specific to their purpose and not give 'carte blanche' to ensure security as much as possible.
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Allowed iframe sources
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Extensions → Allowed iframe sources*
*Administration menu → Extensions → Allowed iframe sources*
This feature allows you as site administrator to specify the base URLs for media that you want your users to be able to embed. These iframes are then considered safe and will not be stripped out of a *Text* or *Note* block, the *External media* block or a journal entry where you can use them. You do not have to write bespoke filters for using these iframe sources.
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Clean URLs
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Extensions → Clean URLs*
*Administration menu → Extensions → Clean URLs*
You can configure your site to use human-readable URLs for **user profiles**, **groups** and **(group) portfolio pages**. For example:
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Groups
----------------
*Administration → Groups*
*Administration menu → Groups*
In the *Groups* menu of the administration **site administrators** can:
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Administer groups
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Groups → Administer groups*
*Administration menu → Groups → Administer groups*
.. note::
*Administer groups* is only accessible by site administrators.
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Group categories
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Groups → Group categories*
*Administration menu → Groups → Group categories*
.. note::
*Group categories* is only accessible by site administrators.
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Archived submissions
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Groups → Archived submissions*
*Administration menu → Groups → Archived submissions*
When group administrators or tutors release portfolios in groups that allow the archiving of submitted pages, these submissions will be displayed here so you can download them easily. They are also placed on the server in a central location for bulk download directly from the server.
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Add and update groups by CSV
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Groups → Add groups by CSV*
*Administration menu → Groups → Add groups by CSV*
.. note::
Both site and institution administrators can add and update groups by CSV file.
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Update group members by CSV
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Groups → Update group members by CSV*
*Administration menu → Groups → Update group members by CSV*
.. note::
Both site and institution administrators can add and update group members by CSV file.
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Institutions
----------------
*Administration → Institutions*
*Administration menu → Institutions*
You can use Mahara as *multi-tenanted* instance. That means that several different institutions can share one Mahara installation. All users from these different institutions can:
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Overview
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Settings*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Settings*
You see an overview of all institutions that exist on this Mahara installation (site administrator) or that you have access to as institution administrator.
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.. note::
Only site administrators can add institutions. However, once an institution exists, institution administrators can change many of the settings.
When you want to add an institution by clicking the *Add* button on *Administration → Institutions → Institutions*, you need to provide some basic information for the new institution. You can change all settings later on.
When you want to add an institution by clicking the *Add* button on *Administration menu → Institutions → Institutions*, you need to provide some basic information for the new institution. You can change all settings later on.
.. figure:: /images/administration/institution_add.*
:alt: Add a new institution
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* If you specify an expiry date for this institution, once the warning time for institution expiry has been reached, site and institution administrators will receive a otification about this institution's impending expiry.
* If the *auto-suspend expired institutions* option is set, then once the expiry date has been reached, this institution will be suspended automatically, and users of this institution will no longer be able to log in.
* The warning time for institution expiry and the auto-suspend expired institutions options can be found in the :ref:`institution settings <institution_settings>` under *Administration → Configure site → Site options*.
* The warning time for institution expiry and the auto-suspend expired institutions options can be found in the :ref:`institution settings <institution_settings>` under *Administration menu → Configure site → Site options*.
#. **Registration allowed**: Switch to "Yes" when you want to allow self-registration of new users. As institution administrators, you will be asked to confirm that users can join your institution. If you decline, their new account will be associated with "No institution" unless you have the **Confirm registration** option enabled. When you do not allow registration, nobody can register a new account, ask to join your institution or leave it without your permission.
#. **Confirm registration**: Switch to "Yes" if you want to control that no new accounts are created unless the administrator approves the registration. You receive a notification about :ref:`pending registrations <pending_registrations>` when a new user wants to register. If the site administrator requires all institutions to confirm registration, you cannot change this setting to "No".
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Edit the site institution
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Your Mahara site itself is listed as institution under *Administration → Institutions → Institutions*. Per default, it has the name "No institution" and you can change certain settings that are applied to the site.
Your Mahara site itself is listed as institution under *Administration menu → Institutions → Institutions*. Per default, it has the name "No institution" and you can change certain settings that are applied to the site.
.. note::
Most settings for the site are made in *Administration → Configure site → Site options*.
Most settings for the site are made in *Administration menu → Configure site → Site options*.
.. figure:: /images/administration/institution_edit_noinstitution.*
:alt: Edit the "No institution" site institution
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Edit an institution
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Institutions →* Click the *Manage* icon |manage| next to an institution
*Administration menu → Institutions → Institutions →* Click the *Manage* icon |manage| next to an institution
Once you have created your institution, you can :ref:`edit its settings <add_institution>`, suspend or delete the institution. You will have to choose at least one authentication method for this institution so that user accounts can be created.
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Institution static pages
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Static pages*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Static pages*
Institution administrators can overwrite the content of the :ref:`static pages that the site administrator created <edit_site_pages>`. These pages are:
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Legal
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Legal*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Legal*
.. note::
The terms and conditions and privacy statement pages moved from the *Static pages* to the *Legal* section. That way, old versions can be tracked more easily.
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Members
~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Members*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Members*
You can add and remove members from one institution in bulk. As site administrator, you can always add members to an institution. As institution administrator, you can only invite users to become members.
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Admin notifications
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Admin notifications*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Admin notifications*
The *Admin notifications* page lists all users with institution and site administrator access on your site. It shows their selected notification preferences for all admin notifications. There should be at least one administrator receiving each type of message generated.
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Profile completion
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Profile completion*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Profile completion*
*Profile completion* lets you select content that users of an institution need in order to have a "completed" profile. The parameters for a completed profile can differ from one institution to another. In some cases you can also decide how many content items a user needs of a specific artefact type to complete their profile.
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Institution pages and collections
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Pages and collections*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Pages and collections*
You can create pages and collections for your entire institution. Although you could always create portfolios under a regular user account that other users could copy into their own portfolio, the advantage of institution pages and collections is that new members in the institution can receive a copy upon joining the institution.
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Institution journals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Journals*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Journals*
You create institution journals like regular :ref:`user journals <journal>`. Institution journals allow you to create a journal template and then copy that into user accounts for example. They also allow you to create a news blog for your institution.
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#. **Institution**: If you administer more than one institution, select the one for which you want to create or update a journal. If there is only one institution, its name will be displayed without the drop-down menu.
#. You can create multiple journals. Click the *Create journal* button to set up a new journal.
#. All your journals are listed on *Administration → Institutions → Journals* with their titles. The titles link through to the individual journals.
#. All your journals are listed on *Administration menu → Institutions → Journals* with their titles. The titles link through to the individual journals.
#. You can see the description of the journal.
#. You see how many entries you have in each journal.
#. Click the *Arrow* icon |arrow-to-right| to be taken to the journal and see all journal entries.
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Share institution pages and collections
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Share*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Share*
You can see a list of all institution pages and collections for a specific institution.
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Files
~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Files*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Files*
The *files area* in an institution holds all files that are uploaded by administrators as institution files. The uploading process works like the one in :ref:`the personal files area <files_area>`.
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Pending registrations
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Pending registrations*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Pending registrations*
When you turn on *Confirm registration* for an institution in the :ref:`institution settings <add_institution>`, no user account in this institution is created without the administrator knowing it. If a user is rejected, no account is created. If the option *Confirm registration* is not turned on, a user account is created in the "No institution" institution but not in the actual institution.
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Review pending registrations
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
As administrator, you can view pending registrations for your institutions on the *Pending registrations* page in *Administration → Institutions → Pending registrations*.
As administrator, you can view pending registrations for your institutions on the *Pending registrations* page in *Administration menu → Institutions → Pending registrations*.
.. figure:: /images/administration/pending_registration.*
:alt: Pending registration page
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Pending deletions
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Institutions → Pending deletions*
*Administration menu → Institutions → Pending deletions*
When the site administrator required all institutions to review account deletions in the :ref:`site configuration <institution_settings>` or an institution administrator required it for their institution in the :ref:`institution settings <add_institution>`, users cannot delete their accounts immediately. Instead, an administrator needs to approve or deny the request.
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Admin home
---------------
*Administration → Admin home*
*Administration menu → Admin home*
.. note::
*Admin home* is only accessible by site administrators.
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Registration
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Admin home → Register*
*Administration menu → Admin home → Register*
As site administrator you can choose to register your Mahara site with `mahara.org <https://mahara.org>`_ and help us compile a list of Mahara installations around the world to get a picture by how many people Mahara is used. Currently, this list is not published online. When you are on the administration overview page, you will see a link directly to the registration page.
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Clear caches
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Admin home → Overview*
*Administration menu → Admin home → Overview*
A number of elements are cached in Mahara on the system level to speed up the site. In some cases, you may wish to force a new version though if the browser doesn't recognize it on its own.
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Close site
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Admin home → Overview*
*Administration menu → Admin home → Overview*
You may close the site to everyone except administrators. This is useful when you prepare for and complete a database upgrade. Only administrators will be able to log in during maintenance mode until you either reopen the site or an upgrade is successfully completed.
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Reports
----------------------------------------
*Administration → Reports*
*Administration menu → Reports*
If you want to use advanced analytics, i.e. the groups, collaboration, page activity, and user activity reports, you need to have the following:
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* Administrator who masqueraded
* Start time of the masquerading session
You can display masquerading sessions for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration → User search* and report only over them:
You can display masquerading sessions for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration menu → User search* and report only over them:
#. On the :ref:`User search <user_search>` page, select the people for whom you wish to see the masquerading sesions report and click the *Get reports for selected users* button. You are taken into the *Reports* section.
#. Click the *Configure report* button.
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* Number of pages in the portfolio
* Access list, i.e. who has permission to view the portfolio
You can display the portfolio access for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration → User search* and report only over them:
You can display the portfolio access for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration menu → User search* and report only over them:
#. On the :ref:`User search <user_search>` page, select the people for whom you wish to see the portfolio access report and click the *Get reports for selected users* button. You are taken into the *Reports* section.
#. Click the *Configure report* button.
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.. note::
This report requires :ref:`event logging <logging_settings>` to be turned on for the entire site. Since events cannot be put into the database in retrospect, correct data is only collected from the time the full event logging has been turned on.
You can display the user activity for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration → User search* and report only over them:
You can display the user activity for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration menu → User search* and report only over them:
#. On the :ref:`User search <user_search>` page, select the people for whom you wish to see the user activity report and click the *Get reports for selected users* button. You are taken into the *Reports* section.
#. Click the *Configure report* button.
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* Last login
* Number of probation points
You can display the user details for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration → User search* and report only over them:
You can display the user details for all people on the site or your chosen institution. Alternatively, you can select people on *Administration menu → User search* and report only over them:
#. On the :ref:`User search <user_search>` page, select the people for whom you wish to see account details and click the *Get reports for selected users* button. You are taken into the *Reports* section.
#. Click the *Configure report* button.
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SmartEvidence
-------------------------------------------
*Administration → Extensions → SmartEvidence*
*Administration menu → Extensions → SmartEvidence*
.. note::
The *SmartEvidence* administration area is only accessible by site administrators.
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Users
----------------
*Administration → Users*
*Administration menu → Users*
In the *Users* menu of the administration **site administrators** can:
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User search
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Users → User search*
*Administration menu → Users → User search*
.. note::
Site administrators can search for any user on the entire site while institution administrators can only search among the users of their institution(s).
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User account settings
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Administration → Users → User search →* Click on a username
*Administration menu → Users → User search →* Click on a username
On the *Account settings* page of a user in the administration area, you can perform a number of actions to manage the user's account. However, you cannot change personal information about this user, e.g. name or email, from this page. This can only be done in the *Content* area of the user's account or via the *Add users by CSV* page.
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Suspended and expired users
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*Administration → Users → Suspended and expired users*
*Administration menu → Users → Suspended and expired users*
A list of all suspended and expired users is available in the sub-menu *Suspended and expired users*. Here you can unsuspend / reactivate or delete them.
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Site staff
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*Administration → Users → Site staff*
*Administration menu → Users → Site staff*
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*Site staff* is only accessible by site administrators.
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Site administrators
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*Administration → Users → Site administrators*
*Administration menu → Users → Site administrators*
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*Site administrators* is only accessible by site administrators.
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Export queue
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*Administration → Users → Export queue*
*Administration menu → Users → Export queue*
**This feature is experimental.**
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Add user
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*Administration → Users → Add user*
*Administration menu → Users → Add user*
You can add users to your site (site administrator) or your institution (institution administrator) by creating accounts for them manually one by one.
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Add and update users by CSV
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*Administration → Users → Add users by CSV*
*Administration menu → Users → Add users by CSV*
You can use this function to upload new users in bulk via a CSV file (comma-separated file) and to update existing users. The first row of your CSV file should specify the format of your data. For example, it should look like this:
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Find users in an institution to change their remote username