An overview of the guide, your data region, the Search, Quick Add, My Tasks features, and documentation notes, tips, and warnings.
The Resolver Core interface for end-users and administrators.
Login and logout instructions together with info on password requirements, multi-tenancy, and SSO for Resolver Core and its apps.
With the search tool, you can search your Core organization by keyword(s), object type(s), or both.
A general description of what applications, activities, actions, and views are, and the recommended process for creating your own applications.
How archive objects in Core, as well as information on showing or hiding them from reports, relationship and references, and global search results.
Information on how to use the permissions model in Core. This includes assigning users, configuring roles, application and activity permissions, designing new roles, and troubleshooting existing roles.
Information on creating, editing, and deleting object types, adding components, and the Object Type Universe.
About inferred permissions, including why and how they're used, and how to apply them on an object type.
About workflows and states and how to edit or create new states and add triggers, transitions, conditions, and actions to those states.
An introduction to formulas, including sample formulas and definitions of variables, operators, and functions and how they're used.
Information on object type groups, including why they're required for relationships, and instructions on creating, editing, or deleting object type groups.
About the available fields you can add to an object type, including plain text, numeric, date and time, select list, and attachments.
About the Locations property, which allows users to record and view object location information.
Learn about what assessments are and how to create, edit, and delete new assessments, as well create assessment objects.
An overview of data definitions and how they can be used in reports and assessments. In this section, you can also learn about anchors, leaves, and how to create new definitions.
Instructions on creating new configurable forms and adding elements to the forms, including properties, fields, relationships, triggers, comments, and more.
An overview of the Data Visualization feature in Core, where you can display data through pie, bar, or column chart, heat map, export report, or data grid.
Details on the data in Core that's generated, retrieved, and displayed in the current user's time zone.
About the data warehouse, which can be used to connect your Core data to a BI tool to generate reports.
Information and instructions on creating and configuring user accounts, including enabling or disabling a profile, enabling admin privileges, impersonating a user, or granting All Access permissions.
Learn about user groups and how they can be added to roles and get instructions on creating or editing user groups.
Learn about roles, explicit and global permissions, workflow permissions, and how to create, edit, or delete a role.
About the IP Authorization Control feature, which allows admins to control who can access an org based on a user's IP address.
Learn about the Org Manager feature and how it can be used to create duplicate organizations.
Information on creating and configuring applications, including their activities, actions, and views, as well info on adding roles to an activities to control which users can access the application.
About the Core API and how to access and use it through the Swagger Docs tool.
An overview of how you can use Data Import to create or edit object and relationship data, including instructions on completing and uploading the import spreadsheet.
Instructions on exporting an Audit Trail spreadsheet, which lists the changes made to your org within a selected timeframe.
About the Image Upload feature which allows admins to create links for custom logos.
Learn how to customize the text in Core’s user interface and applications, fields, object types, etc. to display a language of your choosing.
The Email Template settings, where you can edit the default templates, as well as create and edit custom templates.
About the anonymous login feature, which allows administrators to create a link that grants multiple users access to select areas of Core without logging in.
A brief explanation of Markdown formatting and where it can be applied, along with a list of popular styles and instructions on applying them.
Information on printing objects and reports in Core directly from your browser.
Brief orientation and feature videos related to Resolver Core releases.
Definitions of important words and phrases within Core.
Notices and intellectual property information for the Resolver Core Administrator's Guide.