A user's Profile contains information specific to the individual and can be accessed by selecting Profile in the User menu in the upper-right corner of the screen.
The sections and information displayed, and editing options available will be dependent on the user's permissions within the system as well as whether functionality (such as Notes and Messaging) has been turned on at the site level.
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The User details area displays a summary of general account information including any Custom Profile fields as well as a link to Edit Profile. Users can update a range of information within their Profile such as their Password, User Picture and Timezone settings.
Where notes have been enabled via Advanced settings, this area will display any notes associated with the user.
Where badges have been enabled via Advanced settings, this area will display any badges awarded to the user with a thumbnail of the image and link to the badge details.
Displays details on jobs assigned to the user. Clicking on the job assignment name provides information relating to the associated manager, position, organisation, appraiser and temporary manager, where set.
Contains access to Record of learning, which provides record of all the learning the user has completed or in which they are currently enrolled. Also provides a list of the learning plans the user currently has assigned to them.
Lists and links to the courses in which the user is enrolled.
This section contains a number of assorted links, and what is contained here will depend partly on the user's activity as well as whether certain features are enabled on your site. This section includes links for blog entries and forum posts made by the user, as well as links to forum discussion started by the user.
If you are logged in as a Site Administrator you may also have access to these reports:
From the Administration section users can adjust their Preferences for their account and manage their private files area.
Private files allow you to upload and manage files that can then be added, via the Private files repository, to courses, forums, and other areas of the site.
This section also contains a number of links related to user data management including:
This lets the user check if there is any unauthorised access to their account by displaying the first and last access to the site and the last IP address to login on the user account.
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