The User Profile contains all the basic information about the user and the functions of changing the password and issuing personal API access tokens.
Profile header contains Profile Image (Avatar) and the Interface language selector.
⚠️ The uploaded image should not exceed 5 MB.
The main tab of Profile contains general information about the user – Name, E-mail, information about the Organization and Phone. It also has functions for changing password and timezone: the Security section and the Timezone selector.
The password should be at least 6 characters long and contain numbers and uppercase and lowercase letters of the Latin or Russian alphabet.
The Notifications tab of the Profile contains information about your contacts for notification methods connected to Monq. Contacts on the list are used to generate mailing lists in Workgroups.
To add a contact for a notification method, enter the required value in the text box and click «Save». For some standard notification channels, the Profile contains instructions for obtaining contact information from external systems and connecting it to mailing lists. (for example, Telegram).
Some channels integrated with Monq may not have embedded instructions. To resolve issues on specific notification channels, contact the Administrator of your Monq workspace.
The API Access tab allows you to write out a personal authorization token for making requests to the public API Monq.
For the issue of a new token, do the following:
For security purposes, the issued token is encrypted and displayed once in the upper right corner of the screen. In parallel with this, the token is automatically placed in the clipboard. It is recommended to save the token, as it is not possible to retrieve its value again.
Under the Token Issue form, you will find a list of all your Active and Withdrawn tokens.
You can Edit active token – click «✏️» and change the description or token expiration date. Or you can Revoke an active token – click «Revoke», and the token will move to the bottom of the list.
Revoked tokens provide information about the date of expiry (useful in automatic revocation token) and can only be Removed – to do this, click on the Trash icon in front of the token.
On the "Profile" tab information about active user sessions is available.
The current session is marked with a corresponding tag.
If necessary, the current user can either end all sessions or end sessions separately using the corresponding buttons in the interface.