An Overview of Admin Panel - New UI

The Opkey's  Admin panel is a centralized hub for managing Users, Projects, Instances, Forms, Field Configurations, Licenses, and Data. Admin privileges allow for configuring access controls to enhance security. 


Let’s take a tour of the Opkey’s Admin panel.

Go to the Profile icon and select App Settings.  





The next window will have separate tabs for you to manage. 




Let’s discuss them one by one:  


Profile Tab  


Update your Name and Password in the profile section and upload a profile picture in .png, .jpg, .jpeg, or .gif format.  



Click Update, change your name in the Profile window, then save the changes. If you need to change both your name and password, edit your name, enter a new password, and click Update. 


User Management  


In this section, you can access a comprehensive list of all users along with their respective details. You can adjust the number of users displayed per page using the dropdown button next to the "items per page" setting. 

With the search bar at the top, you can look for any user.



Let’s understand more about the tabs on top. 


Invite User – This lets the admin user add a new user to the project. Once invited the user receives a verification email through which they can added to the specific project.

The new user gets added with general access. If needed, they can be upgraded to an Admin user.


To create a user as an admin, click on the three dots with respect to the user. 


Check the “Is Admin” checkbox to add as an Admin user. 


The user will be granted admin access.  

The Reset Password button will send an email to the user to reset the password.


More Settings – You'll be directed to the classic Opkey portal. Should you wish to utilize any features accessible within the Classic Opkey admin panel, you can do so from here. 




Project Management – This feature allows you to view the current projects, DR encryption, audit trails, plugins utilized, and the users associated with each project. 

On the dashboard you can view the list of Projects. Search any project with the Search button.



Create Project  

To initiate a project, click "Create Project", input necessary details (Project Name, Audit Trial Level, Plugins, Username, Max Parallel Run Allowed, Max Parallel Run Allowed in Browser Stack if needed, Max Parallel allowed in Sauce Labs if needed, and password), then click "Create". 

A new Project gets created. 

The three dots icon lets you edit or delete a specific project.

Instance – To analyze your ERP instance using Test Discovery, you need to add it to Opkey by providing the relevant details specific to your ERP environment. 


Click Create Instance and enter ERP respective details like Instance Name, URL, Username, and Password to create a new instance. 




You can then analyze the instances. Refer to the document for more details. 


Form Builder - This section allows you to create and manage forms for generating your test cases, tickets, test suites, and other components. 




You can drag and drop the fields to establish a workflow, as demonstrated in the image below.



Configure Field – This system contains various file types including Release, Milestone, Ticket, and User Story. You have the flexibility to customize field names and values according to your needs. Additionally, you can modify the color scheme of the values and add or remove them as necessary. 



These fields can be seen once you open any of the files. Click on the dropdown of Status. The added list of values can be seen here. 

License Management  


You can request your Opkey license from the Request License section. 




Once you receive the license file from the Opkey support team, upgrading the license is straightforward. Simply click on the "Upgrade License" button. 


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