The control panel groups administrator-level account maintenance features together. You continue to use the My Setting pane for individual account user activities.
Summary of Changes
The user interface changes impacts:
- Team is now labelled Users and is under the Control Panel
- Admin is part of the control panel
Previous console My Settings pane:
Current console My Settings Pane:
Control Panel pane:
Some task steps in the administrative area and user profile area are impacted by this user interface change.
The following summarizes changes in the user interface, terms and task flow between the former and the current interface Treasure Data Console.
If you use the Treasure Data platform solely through the command line interface, you are not affected by these changes.
Viewing your own profile
You click the icon with your initials inside to access your own profile. No change.
You no longer need click My profile in order to access your API Keys or Databases.
Viewing User Profiles as an Administrator
In the following image you can see the current interface on the left and the previous interface on the right.
Tasks for Managing Users as an Administrator Remains the Same
You can click on the name of an account user. The tasks of managing your users of Treasure Data continues to include:
- API Keys - viewable but masked; used to verify existence of keys
- IP Whitelist - configurable
- Database permissions - configurable
- Permissions for Workflow and, if applicable, Audience Studio
Permissions are set in each user profile. The current interface is on the left and the previous interface on the right.
Workflow permissions change to give you a greater combination of options. The options were View only, View and Run only or Full access. The options on the control panel are View, Run and Edit, enabling combinations such as:
- View + Edit
- Run + Edit
You can view both workflows that you define (user-defined workflows), and workflows that are developed as part of data segmentation.
If you have the Policies feature, you can group permissions and assign multiple users to a policy in Control Panel > Administration > Policies.
The Policies feature uses the control panel interface. The previous interface does not support the Policies feature.
Viewing Administrative Tasks
You access the control panel to complete tasks that can be done by Administrator users.
In the following images you see the audit log. The current interface on the left and the previous interface on the right.
Password and Login Configurations
In the following images you see where you can specify password and login configurations. You no longer specify IP Whitelist on the same page. The current interface on the left and the previous interface on the right.
In the following images you see utilization dashboards. You can see all dashboards that are enabled for your account. The current interface on the left and the previous interface on the right.