There are several things that you can customize according to your taste on the Admin UI. You can do most of them in the Personal Settings page. You can open your settings by clicking on the gear ⚙️ icon in the bottom left corner on the drawer.
The settings are stored in a JSON format but you can get some help with the available settings by pressing the CTRL+SPACE combo.
Some settings can depend on the device that you use. You can set different settings for these devices - and a default value that will be applied if you don’t provide a setting on device level.
You can change between light 🌞 and dark 🌜 theme.
You can set up a
browseType - it can be
explorer (a tree with a content list),
commander (a two-panel view) or
simple (just a simple content list, the best for mobile). You can also define a list of
fields that should be displayed.
You can enable or disable the drawer, change the drawer type and define a list of preconfigured items to display. The drawer types are:
You can enable or disable the command palette and define a
wrapQuery expression that will be added to any command palette query.
You can customize your ``globalDefault
andrepositoryDefault` dashboards here.
repositories are also stored in the personal settings with an
url and the last user’s
loginName. You can also define a user-friendly
displayName (that will be displayed as the repository’s title instead of the URL) and you can also override the repository’s default dashboard
The last used repository’s URL is also stored in your settings in the
lastRepository field. This field will be updated automatically when you switch between repositories.
You can select between the
default (english) and
hungarian language with the
You can define the size of the event log with the
eventLogSize. Only the last N entries will be saved. There is another setting for the entries to persist in the log: the
logLevel field. You can also enable / disable attaching the log when you send a crash report with the
Is something missing? See something that needs fixing? Propose a change here.