Personal Settings

Customize and manage your personal settings.

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The Personal Settings of your profile help you control several key aspects of the Dashboard. To update your personal settings click the Gravatar in the upper right corner and then click User Settings.

A screenshot of the Personal Settings page

Profile

Update your name, email address, password, or delete your account.

Login Details

You can update the current email address or password associated with your Dashboard.

Email

To update the email address, click Change Email Address. Enter the updated email address in the New Email Address field and click Save Changes.

Password

To update the password, click Change Password. You are directed to a page where you are prompted to enter your current password and your desired new password. Enter the updated password in the New Password field, confirm your entry, and then click Save Changes.

When changing your password, make sure the new password meets the following requirements:

  • At least 8 characters
  • A mixture of both uppercase and lowercase letters
  • A mixture of letters and numbers
  • Inclusion of at least one special character. For example, use !, @, #, ?, %. Do not use < or > in your password.

You’ll need to log in again after your password is changed.

Notifications

Autopilot Email Notifications

You can configure email notifications for Autopilot alerts and activity digests in your Personal Workspace settings:

Click Notifications and choose your options in the Autopilot Email Notifications section:

  • Weekly Activity Digest: A weekly summary of Autopilot activity across all sites within the workspaces that have Autopilot enabled.
    • Digests are sent each Monday with information about the previous seven days.
  • Failed Visual Regression Tests: Real-time email notifications for failed visual regression tests for a given site.

SSH Keys

SSH keys allow you to establish a secure connection between your computer and Pantheon. Visit the SSH Keys tab to review your existing configured keys, and add or revoke SSH keys. Follow the steps in SSH Keys to generate, add, and revoke SSH keys.

Machine Tokens

Machine tokens are used to uniquely identify your machine and securely authenticate via Terminus.

The token key will only be shown once and provides the same access as your username and password. To learn more about machine tokens, refer to the Creating and Revoking Machine Tokens documentation.

Preferences

New Pantheon Features

Redesigned Dashboard Interface

If you would like to be directed to the redesigned Dashboard interface when you log in to Pantheon, select ON. Otherwise to disable this feature, select OFF.

If you choose to use the redesigned Dashboard, you will not be able to navigate to your User or Organization Dashboard. Certain features, such as site billing, are not currently available in the redesigned Dashboard.