In your space, you store the general settings for your company and all the company and all the events and users in it. These settings information about your space as well as the topics of security and security and permissions, i.e. the users who use evenito and their respective roles. Furthermore, you have the option of storing message templates which you can select for all your events.
The sub-items "Basic information" and "Resources" are anchored under the item "General settings".
In the basic information you can enter the name of your your space and a description, upload your logo via the file manager and define the main CD colour. The icons in the backend will be displayed in this colour.
Please note, CI/CD customisations for the news and website as well as the virtual platform evenito connect can be individually stored in the respective menu items within your event.
In the "Resources" section, the verification of your e-mail domain and the URL/subdomain on which your event website will be accessible. For more information on these topics, please click on the appropriate links:
- How do I verify a custom email domain for sending?
- Creating your own URL/domain for the event website
Security & Permissions
This item is divided into the "User" and "Roles" sections.
The Users refer to the people in your space, who use evenito and set up events in this tool. For further information on the subject of users can be found in the following articles:
You can also assign roles to new and existing users. Depending on the role, the user receives different permissions. You will find a detailed description of the individual roles can be found in the tool under "Security & Permissions" and "Role".
For even more efficient work, you can find predefined templates under "Templates" > "Message template(s)". In addition, as an organiser you can add or delete further templates. You can then access the defined templates access the defined templates in each of your events, select and customise them individually.
We show you how to create a message template in this article.