User management overview

 
 

Manage all of your users in one simple hub

Your user management section is where you are able to browse, create, edit, delete or assume the user accounts on your website.

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There are usually 2 types of user account on your website;

Administrator Account

An administrator account is a user that is set up through your admin that has access to manage your website and it's content. Traditionally this will be yourself, your developer, and anyone else that you create an admin account for. You may have a user you set up to manage your products, post blogs, work on your SEO; you can also limit the access of various admin users to particular parts of your admin using your Admin Permissions.


Standard Account

This type of account is traditionally users that register or create an account through the front end of your website. For example when purchasing products a user may regsiter during the process, creating themselves an account which they can return to in order to view previous orders, favourites and so on. It may also be that a user creates an account to access members only areas or subscription based resources. Every stanard user can access their account area via the login page on your website.


Features of user management


Browse / search user accounts

Useing the search tool at the top of the hub, you can filter the type of user you area searching for (admin/standard), and search your database by keyword. These keywords can be anything from their name, company, email and so on.


Edit user account

When you click edit on a user account you will be presented with a set of information. This information will be the details that the user registered with and/or completed in their account area. You can view and update the full set of information here.

Editing a user account in your EOS CMS

This can include, but is not limited to;

  • Username
  • Email
  • Contact & Address Info
  • Account type
  • Marketing preferences
  • Joined / last login details
  • Account balance
  • Customer rating
  • Order history

Please note: You can update a user password, however you will not be able to see the original password they create for data protection purposes. You can update this for them when editing their information, or they can update themselves (along with their other details) through their user account area.


Assuming a user account

In your admin area, you, as the administrator, will be able to view all of the details they register with and even "assume" their account, allowing you to view their account area and act on their behlaf on the front of the website. An example of this being of particular use, is if a user contacts you via telephone or email to place and order for them. If they have an account, you can assume their account, place the order on their behalf using their account and take payment via telehone through the website. This keeps all of your order management in one place and records of everything for them in their account area.


User Account Area

When a standard user logs in to the front of your website they will have access to their own information via their account area. This can include their personal information, order history, favourites, user downloads, member resources and so on.

As part of your user management you do have the ability to change and update the front end user account pages on your website such as the login, registration, welcome and account area pages. Generally this will be set up by your developer, however if you wish to know more about how to do this and the changes you can make, please see below.

Managing the user account area - for developers and advaned users

As part of the integration, all of the user account pages should be correctly set up. You should set up registration, log in pages, user account pages and the user account menu. For more information on this process, see the user account developer guide.

User Accounts Developer Guide

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