Edit your profile and change your password


1. Overview

The My Profile screen lets you view your account details, choose the default view that appears when you log on, change your password and more.

From the main menu, click Profile to view and edit your user profile settings. Using the My Profile screen, you can:

  • View read-only information about your account in Dundas BI.
  • View information concerning which user groups you belong to.
  • Change the default view that appears when you log in.
  • Tell Dundas BI to use touch events.
  • Change your Dundas BI password.
  • Find out what version of Dundas BI you are using.

2. View account information

The My Profile screen shows you the following read-only items of information related to your account in Dundas BI:

  • Name - This is your username (e.g. the name you use to log in).
  • Display Name - Usually your real name which shows up in different places in the user interface.
  • Email - The email address associated with your account.
  • Seat Kind - The type of license seat assigned to your account:
    • Standard user - You can create views such as dashboards, reports, scorecards, and slideshows.
    • Power user - You can create data connectors, hierarchies, time dimensions, metric sets, and views.
    • Developer - You can do everything a Power user can do, plus create data cubes and cube perspectives.
  • Culture - The name of the culture (e.g. en-US) associated with your account, if any.
  • Group Membership - A list of groups that you belong to.

My Profile screen
My Profile screen

3. Change your password

To change your password in Dundas BI, go to the My Profile screen, scroll down if needed, and then click Change password.

Type your old password, type your new password twice, and then click Submit (checkmark).

Changing your password
Changing your password

4. Set the default view

The Default View option lets you decide what to show whenever you log in. By default, this option is set to Home, which means show the home screen.

Alternatively, you can set the default view to Other, and then select a specific view (dashboard, report, or scorecard) to display instead.

Set the default view to a specific dashboard
Set the default view to a specific dashboard

5. Use touch events

The Use Touch Events checkbox allows you to force Dundas BI to use (or not use) touch events. For example, you can enable this option if you have a device that supports both touch and click events (such as a touchscreen laptop equipped with a USB mouse).

6. Manage notifications

Notifications offer a way to send email reminders or alerts to users on a periodic schedule or under certain conditions. Click Notifications to view or update your notifications.

Manage notifications
Manage notifications

7. Product version and other information

Scroll all the way down to find the More about this product link. Click to view detailed version, license, and other information about the instance of Dundas BI that you are using. The information will be displayed in a new browser window or tab.

Click the link to see Dundas BI version and license information
Click the link to see Dundas BI version and license information

8. See also


Dundas Data Visualization, Inc.
500-250 Ferrand Drive
Toronto, ON, Canada
M3C 3G8

North America: 1.800.463.1492
International: 1.416.467.5100

Dundas Support Hours: 7am-6pm, ET, Mon-Fri