Managing your user account

From the User Settings view, you can manage settings for your individual Tonic Structural account.

To display the User Settings view:

  1. Click your user image at the top right.

  2. In the menu, click User Settings.

The User Settings view includes options to:

Choosing your user image

You can select an image to associate with your account. The image is displayed next to your name and email address throughout Structural.

If your instance uses Google or Azure single sign-on (SSO) to manage Structural users, then by default your Structural account image is the image from the SSO.

Otherwise, the default image displays your initials.

To change your user image, click Upload, then select the image file.

Configuring notifications for column comments

Required license: Professional or Enterprise

Structural allows users to provide comments on columns. You can do this from Privacy Hub and Database View.

From the Comment Notification Settings section of User Settings, you can configure when to receive email notifications for comments.

The available options are:

  • I am an owner, editor, auditor, or am being replied to This is the default option. You receive email notifications when comments are made on columns in a workspace that you are an owner, editor, or auditor for. You also receive an email notification when someone replies to a comment that you made.

  • I am @ mentioned You only receive an email notification if someone specifically mentions you in a comment.

  • Never You never receive email notifications for column comments.

Creating and revoking API tokens

Before you can use the Structural API, you must create an API token. From the User API Tokens section of the User Settings view, you can create and revoke API tokens.

To create an API token:

  1. Click Create Token.

  2. On the Create New Token dialog, enter a name for the new token.

  3. Click Confirm. The token is added to the list.

To revoke a token, click the Revoke link for the token.

Changing your Structural password

If your Structural account is not managed using SSO, then from User Settings, you can change your Structural password.

If your Structural instance uses SSO to manage users, then your user credentials are managed in the SSO system. You cannot change your user password in Structural.

Under Password Change, to change your Structural password:

  1. In the Old Password field, type your current Structural password.

  2. In the New Password field, type your new Structural password.

  3. In the Repeat New Password field, type your new Structural password again.

  4. Click Confirm.

Deleting your Structural account

From User Settings, you can delete your Structural account. If your instance uses SSO to manage users, then deleting your account only affects your access to Structural.

You cannot delete your Structural account if you are the owner of a workspace for which other users are granted access. Before you can delete your Structural account, you must either:

To delete your Structural account, click Delete Account.

When you delete your account, you are logged out of Structural.

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