Profile: Overview section

The Overview section allows you to update personal details and shows a summary of each User's information. 

Personal details

  1. In the Personal details area, you can view the following information:
    • Photo: your User photo will be shown as the Account and Profile icon in the top right corner. To upload an image, you must use a JPG, PNG or GIF format (max 200KB). When uploaded, the image can be cropped or scaled to a 200 x 200 pixels square.

      Note

      When using ScheduleOnce, the image will be set as the default Booking page image for Booking pages you own. 

    • First name: This information is taken from the sign-up form filled out when you first signed up for OnceHub. Your first name can be changed at any time. 
    • Last name: This information is taken from the sign-up form filled out when you first signed up for OnceHub. Your last name can be changed at any time. 
    • Role: Users can be either an Administrator or a Member.  Your User role can only be edited by a OnceHub Administrator.
    • Email ID: By default, this is the email address you used to sign up for OnceHub. If you want to change it, you will be required to provide your OnceHub password. Learn more about changing your Email ID
    • Calendar: Any calendars connected to your User account will be displayed here. It is recommended that you connect a calendar to your account in order to optimize scheduling and avoid double-booking.  Learn more about Calendar connection
    • Integrations: Any third-party integrations connected to your account will be displayed here.
  2. To edit your Personal details, click the pencil icon next to the first or last name fields to launch the Personal Details edit window (Figure 1).  Once the desired changes have been made, click the Save button.

    Personal details

    Figure 1: Personal details

Product licenses

If you are a Member, you will see the following in the Product licenses area:

If you are an Administrator, you will see:

  • How many User licenses are assigned and how many are unassigned.  
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