Only people who have configured administrator permissions can access the Admin Panel.

In order to register, contact the person responsible for the service at your organization.

Once you have the credentials, you need to go to the top right of the website and click Login .


The Login window opens (Figure 3), in which you must fill in the Email and Password fields, and click Login .

But, the person needs to have registered before. It can be done from this same window, by clicking on Create an account (at the top of the screen) or Register (at the bottom), or from the main page, by clicking on Register (Figure 2).


FIG. 2 and 3. Login or registration

Once you have registered, you must click on the username at the top right of the website. A drop-down opens from which you can access My Account (to finish setting up the user), view the Notifications , go to the Admin Panel or exit by clicking Exit (Figure 4).


FIG. 4. Access the administration panel

Click My Account to finish setting up your account: add an avatar / image, change your name or email, or set the level of notifications you want to receive.

The User Settings window opens (Figure 5).


FIG. 5. My account: user settings

To set the notification level, click Notification Settings in the menu on the left of this screen, and select whether you want to receive an email each time you receive a notification and whether you want to receive information about relevant activity (Figure 6 ).


FIG. 6. Notification settings

To access the administration menu, click on the user's name at the top right of the webpage and select Admin Panel from the drop-down. Remember that in order to access the administration menu, you must have administrator permissions set.

The Control Panel opens (Figure 7), from which you can (by clicking on the options in the menu on the left) configure the Service and static pages, manage users, configure and edit processes participatory and / or process groups, or advice and newsletters.


FIG. 7. Control panel

It is important, at this point, to insist that as administrators you have access to the entire system, but you only need to address yourself to manage the participatory process of which you are an administrator.