Configuring User Menus in the Admin Panel #
Your software provides you with the option to customize the user experience by setting active and suspended menus in the user panel. In the “User Menus” section under settings, you can decide which menus you want to make available to users and which ones you’d prefer to suspend temporarily. This article will guide you through the process of configuring user menus, allowing you to provide a tailored experience for your users.
Section 1: Activating Menus #
1. Active Menus: #
In this section, you can choose the menus you want to make available to users. Users will be able to access these menus when they log in.
Section 2: Suspending Menus #
2. Suspend Menus: #
Here, you can select the menus you wish to suspend temporarily. Users won’t have access to these menus while they are suspended.
Section 3: Navigating Your Menus #
3. Expand All & Collapse All: #
To get a comprehensive view of all available menus, you can use the “Expand All” option. Conversely, if you want a more compact view, you can use the “Collapse All” feature to minimize menus.
Configuring user menus is an essential part of tailoring the user experience in your software. By selecting which menus are active and which ones are suspended, you have the power to create a user interface that aligns perfectly with your business structure and the needs of your users. Use the “Expand All” and “Collapse All” options to efficiently manage your menus. This feature offers the flexibility to adjust menus according to your business’s unique requirements and ensures a seamless user experience.