How to access your personal profile settings:
Click on your avatar image on the top right corner and select "Settings" from the dropdown menu.
Please note that user profile is an additional feature and might not be enabled for all domains.
You can edit these settings on your Smarp profile:
- Basic information such as your first and last name, job title and department. You can also write a short introduction about yourself if you wish to do so.
All this information is voluntary but it is good to share more information about yourself with your colleagues!
- Change your current password
- Change the platform language
- Account settings, you can connect and disconnect social networks on your profile
You can edit which notifications receive from Smarp.
Once in "Settings" click on "Notifications" on the left.
Below you will find examples of the notifications that you can receive while using Smarp:
You can always untick the notification types that you do not wish to receive.
These notification settings are the type of notifications that will be sent to your email address.
- Instant notification - Admins can choose to use this option for any important posts that should be seen by everyone. This will send an email notification to the email address that has been registered with Smarp.
- Post digest - This email will combine all the latest information from your company's instance.
Delete your account
You can delete your Smarp account from your profile settings.
iOS & Android devices: Select "Me"->(tap on the gear icon) on a mobile application.
The dashboard provides a more detailed overview of how your social media network has reacted to your sharing. Here you get to see the traction you have generated post by post. You will be directed to your profile by clicking on your avatar and selecting the subtab ‘Profile’.
My Insights provides you with a graphical overview of your social media traction, including Clicks, Shares, Reactions and SmarpScore. You will also find a breakdown of each individual post you shared by its clicks, reactions, and shares. This way you can easily find out what content is more engaging with your social media networks.