The Account Settings displays basic information about your account, such as its owner and the creation date, and enables you to change your account's name, site URL, and account language.
Here is how you can edit your account settings:
- Select Elipsis menu -> Account Settings option. The Account Settings window is displayed.
- In the Name field, modify the name of your account. Note that you can enter up to 30 characters of any type.
- In the Site URL field, modify the URL of your account. Note that you can enter up to 15 lowercase alphabetical or numeric characters, starting with a letter. No spaces or special characters are allowed.
Changing your site URL, actually changing the
Account Logical Name, results in disconnecting your Robots and Mobile Orchestrator users, and invalidating any pending user invites. Read more about the consequences and the actions you should perform after the change here.
- Select the desired language for your account from the Language drop-down. Currently, there are two options to choose from: English and 日本語. The default is English. Read more about localization here.
- Click Save to save your changes. The following scenarios can occur:
- If you failed to enter a valid site URL, a text is displayed in red, informing you of the naming limitations. Modify the site URL according to the displayed instructions, then click Save.
- If your modified values are compliant and you have changed the site URL, the Change Site URL window is displayed. This window informs you of the consequences of changing the site URL. Click Proceed to save your changes.
- If your modified values are compliant and you haven't changed the site URL, the account settings are changed and a notification is displayed in the top-right corner of the page.
- If your modified values are compliant, you haven't changed the site URL, and you modified the language, then the account settings are changed, the entire user interface is displayed in the selected language, and a notification appears in the top-right corner of the page.
You can view your new account settings either in the Account Settings window, or in every page of your Cloud Platform account.
Changing your site URL (a.k.a your
Account Logical Name) greatly impacts your previous UiPath Cloud Platform account configurations:
- Robots configured at services level are disconnected. Reconnect your Robots, entering the new URLs.
- Account URLs previously bookmarked don't work anymore. Send your users the new URLs!
- User invites sent before the change are not valid anymore. Send new invites for your colleagues who haven’t joined yet!
- Mobile Orchestrator users are disconnected. Send them the new URLs to connect again!
You can change the language either at global level, with the change propagated to all the users accessing your Cloud Platform account, or at local level, only for yourself.
You can change the language using the drop-downs displayed on multiple pages at global and local levels. Currently you have two options to choose from: English and 日本語. The default is English.
Cloud Platform enables you to localize the entire user interface of your account by selecting the desired language from the ones available in the Language drop-down of the Account Settings window.
The language settings here affect the user interface at Cloud Portal level, while also propagating at services level. The only way for the propagated language to take effect is if no other local changes or service level changes have been made. For any newly created service, the language selection is propagated from the Account Settings window. Note that all the emails sent to the account's users are in that same language.
Regardless of global language settings, you can localize the user interface for yourself by selecting the desired language from the ones available in the Language drop-down on the left-hand menu.
The language settings here affect the user interface displayed at your level only. This drop-down has priority over the global level one.
If I choose English at global level, and Japanese (日本語) at local level, the user interface in Cloud Portal level is going to be in Japanese, while at service level, English is propagated for other users, unless no other service level changes have been made.
In some cases, you might need to refresh the page, or log out and then log back in such that all elements on the page are localized.
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