Tools

Modified on Thu, 18 Jul at 3:22 PM

The arrangement of the tools has been updated as of Q.wiki release 6.8. From now on, there are area-specific tools that are located directly in the respective app. Note: Depending on which rights you have in Q.wiki, different tools will be displayed.


Key user tools top right 

The tool button at the top right remains for key users. 



Tools:

  • App management: You can manage your applications and create new configurations via the app management. Typical examples of this are the Audit app or the Internal Projects app.
  • Settings: Here you can change your logo and activate the test period for the use of artificial intelligence when creating new content.
  • Trash: deleted pages can be found via the bin and can be restored if necessary (see Restoring deleted pages and files) 
  • Group management: here you can manage your groups and either add or remove users (add or remove users from Q.wiki groups)
  • User management: you can invite new users via the Invite user button (see Create / invite new users) 
  • Usage report: Here you can find your statistics on read and write access, interactivity or top 10 editors. 
  • Acess overview: Here you can manage the rights of apps. For example, you can make certain groups read-only groups or only allow access for key users.



3-point menu of all users in the left sidebar 


Here you will find the tools of all users to which each user has access. Note: The tool button is no longer displayed for users without key user rights

 

Tools: 

  • Recently Changed: Here you will find a list of all changes that were made last. 
  • Read receipt management: Here you can see which read confirmations have been created and whether these have already been confirmed by individual employees (see Requesting a read confirmation in Q.wiki ) 
  • Resubmission
  • Page statistics: The page statistics show you an overview of the most popular pages that are accessed most frequently 
  • Workflow management: Here you can see which pages are in which status (draft, released, ...), who is responsible for the pages and who has made a change suggestion. 
  • Wiki integrity: This overview shows all pages that contain links to missing new content or links to non-existent attachments
  • Templates: Overview of all created templates (see Creating and customising templates)



Gear wheel in the left sidebar 


For key users, there is also a cogwheel next to the 3-dot menu to make specific settings for the app. This means that changes can be made to read and write access for specific apps.



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