User Settings
  • 16 Jan 2024
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User Settings

Click your profile picture or avatar and choose User Settings.




Avatar: Click the avatar to add your own avatar.
Display name: Edit your display name.
Phone number: Click "Add" to add your phone number. Required to use SMS notifications.


You will receive a text message with a verification code. Enter this code during registration to verify your phone number.

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Enable experimental long polling: Turn this on if you have firewall issues that causes to stall.


Expand the security tab to access the security settings of your profile
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Here you can change your password.

Change password

This will only affect your user and not other users of the system.

Change password: Change your password below.
Old password: Insert your old password here.
New password: Insert your new password here.

Password requirements

Password length must be at least 8 characters.

Multi factor authentication
Enable multi factor authentication to increase the security of your system.

Multi factor authentication

Multi factor authentication is a method of establishing access to an online account or computer system that requires the user to provide two different types of information. With two-factor authentication, you'll need to both provide a password and prove your identity some other way to gain access.

You will first need to add a phone number. You will receive a text message with a code that you need to verify every time you log in with this enabled.

TOTP: Use an authenticator app to scan the provided QR-code. After scanning, the authenticator app generates a one time code. Enter the code and click 'Activate TOTP'. TOTP is now activated. Whenever an authentication is needed, a new one-time password will now be required.



Push notifications: Enable push notifications.

Push notification

A push notification is a message that pops up on a mobile device. App publishers can send them at any time; users don't have to be in the app or using their devices to receive them.

Email notifications: Enable email notifications.
Receive automatic alerts: Enable automatic alerts.

Automatic alerts

Automatic alarm-rules are currently undergoing testing and might not be stable. Please add manual alarm-rules to make sure you get important alerts!



Select predefined times for charts (max 3): Select what chart ranges you prefer. You can choose only three. From 30 minutes to 30 days.

Average data

1 day (1D), 7 days (7D) and 30 days (30D) show hourly averages and not raw data.

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