In all Cytomine instances, there is specific users with extended permissions that are able to manage their Cytomine instance.
In Cytomine, all users have defined permissions that allow them to do specific actions. There is 4 types of users :
- Guest : It is the lowest permission into the Cytomine platform. A guest is able to browse through images and draw annotations into the projects he was allowed by a project manager but he cannot create its own projects and cannot upload images in its storage. In an educational context, guest is the classic permission for students.
- User : An user can create a project, upload its image into its storage, add its images into the project, invite other people in its managed project. In an educational context, user is the classic permission for teachers.
- Admin : An admin can access to the administrator panel, can use account of anyone in the same instance, can lock other people, access to any project, etc. Only trusted user must have the admin permission. An admin must activate its administrator privileges before using them.
- SuperAdmin : A special admin which the administrator privileges are activated by default. Mainly used by system accounts.
You must have an admin account. If you have it, you have the option to "Open admin session" in the account drown down list in the top right corner.
# How to go to the admin panel
First, we need to activate the "admin mode" by clicking on the button "Open Admin Session".
You have now a red label "Admin" next to your username and an "Admin" button is now available in the top navigation bar.
The first screen of the administrator section is the dashboard of the whole Cytomine platform containing information about online users, active project, used storage space and the number of all the image, project, annotations, etc. though the platform and graphs displaying the last connections.
This panel, contains the list of all the accounts on your Cytomine instance with their role (User, Guest, Admin or SuperAdmin).
For each user, you can edit its information, lock the user (it will not be able to connect on Cytomine unless you unlock it) and display some details.
In the details, you can be connected as the selected user on Cytomine, see its projects, annotations and so on.
# Trusted sources
A trusted source is a validated source hosting external algorithms. This is used to add softwares and their updates into your instance.
In this panel, you will be able to manage the trusted sources registered into your Cytomine instance.
This panel contains all tags defined trough the instance.
This panel contains all the global configurations of the instance. Currently, only the welcome message is editable.