About this talk
GRAX Labs presents a first look into the 'GRAX Settings tab.' With GRAX's newly enhanced user interface (UI), you can now take advantage of our new streamlined experience for setting up GRAX. This includes the initial configuration of Salesforce credentials, user management, sign-in policies, and permission sets. Although the configuration is done in our new UI, GRAX still supports all the security and permissions you're accustomed to within Salesforce.
Watch this video to take a tour around the Settings tab and see how you can securely set up and configure the GRAX application.
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Hello, welcome back to GRAX Labs. Today, we are going to take a look at the Settings tab within the GRAX console.
I'm going to click on ‘settings.’ You can see here, we're going to have a handful of items load. The first being Salesforce credentials.
We can see we're connected to this Salesforce environment. If I click that dropdown, we're able to authorize via OAuth or via username and password.
Under object storage, I'm going to click the dropdown here. We're connected to AWS. We're able to put in whichever environment we want to connect through AWS.
You can see there, the access key, secret access key ID, secret access key - all that is hidden, but that has been put in here as well.
General settings, within here, we have the option to set an admin email address and also our metadata backup interval. Here we can see right now it's running daily.We're able to run this on-demand from here as well.
We have API tokens. These are going to be some GRAX tokens, which are used in the beginning to configure our AWS and our Salesforce environment.
And then user management, this is the option in here. We can see we've added in a few other users so that we're able to add in these users so that they have access to the GRAX console as well.
Again, quick tour today of the Settings tab from the GRAX console. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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