Repository settings enables you to customize the way Prolaborate works through these granular settings for better user experience. Settings related to repository browser, share, element creation, etc are managed here and these settings are applied to that particular repository in Prolaborate.
User should have Admin access to manage repository settings.
This sections enables you to manage the default behavior of the repository browser.
Toggle this option to show/hide the repository browser.
If you enable the repository browser settings as Show, the repository browser will be visible by default.
By making the repository browser visible, you can get a quick view of the discussion count on the artifact with an easy access.
If the toggle is set as Hide, the repository browser will not be visible. However, you can view the repository browser using browser toggle on the repository browser.
Search icon in the repository browser enables you to search package, element, diagram, etc available in the repository by using its name, alias, object type, type and stereotype.
Discussion icon in the repository browser enables you to view or hide the discussion count temporarily across the package, element, etc in the repository browser. Irrespective of the discussion overlay setting, you can still view or hide the discussion count temporarily using this icon.
If you want the discussion count to show or hide by default across packages, elements, etc then it can enabled or disabled through the settings in Discussion Overlays.
Discussion overlays settings enable you to view or hide discussion count by default across packages, elements, diagrams, etc. When the Discussion Overlays is enabled as Show, the discussion count will be shown by default across packages, elements, diagrams, etc.,
If the option is set as Hide, the discussion count will be hidden by default. However, one can hide or show the discussion count temporarily using the discussion icon in the repository browser.
By enabling this option, you can let your users invite their peers to collaborate with them in Prolaborate.
If enabled, users can see the Invite Users via Email section in the share option. Enter email and click Invite to call out your peers to Prolaborate.
Open Community Access allows you read-only access to the entire repository in Prolaborate. They can access repository information on live with just a user-friendly link which does not require any authentication when enabled.
Once enabled, Share option will be enabled for the respective repository in the repository management page.
To know more about Open Community Access, click here.
This option to let your user see by default either the dashboard or diagram on the landing page.
Element Creation settings allows users to create EA elements and packages from Prolaborate. To know more ablout Element Creation, click here.