Managing your user profile

To manage your user profile from the Cockpit, select the user icon in the top right corner.

Accessing Magnolia PaaS

When you sign up to Magnolia PaaS, your credentials grant you access via {ciam} so that you only need to login once, creating a streamlined user experience whether you are a developer, author, or administrator.

Log in to Magnolia PaaS:

  1. Go to https://cockpit.mplatform.magnolia-platform.com/.

  2. Enter your credentials.

  1. Start creating amazing content with Magnolia PaaS.

login to paas

Log out of Magnolia PaaS

  1. In the top right corner, click the logout icon.

User preferences

Set your user preferences in Magnolia PaaS by selecting the user icon .

Don’t forget to click Update to save your changes.
go to user preferences
Ref Preference Description

1

Language

Select your user language from the drop-down menu.

Currently supported languages
  • English

  • Deutsch

  • Español

  • Schwizerdütsch

  • Polski

  • Français

2

Theme

Choose your UI theme for the Cockpit.

  • Dark = high contrast black background with bright color graphs, etc.

  • Light = light background with a standard Magnolia palette

  • Auto = detects your browser settings

3

Email notifications

Toggle email notifications on or off. When on, you’ll receive email alerts on the health and status of your deployment. This includes any relevant Alerts.

Subscription notifications

See your subscription notifications for Magnolia CMS by selecting the bell icon in the top right next to your user profile.

Filter notifications

To filter notifications from your Cockpit:

  1. In the drop-down menu Type, choose one of the following:

Icon Level Description

Low

Low notifications inform you of minor updates and/or items that do not require your attention.

Normal

Normal notifications inform you of events that might require your attention.

Examples
  • release

  • bug fixes

  • maintenance windows

Important

Important notifications inform you of events that require your attention.

Examples
  • an instance is down

  • upcoming changes that may temporarily limit development

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