We have renamed Views to Projects in Iterative Studio.
To manage your user account, click on your user icon on the top right corner of
Iterative Studio, and go to your
Profile. This page has multiple sections
which are described below.
This does not include managing your team plan (Free, Basic, Teams, or
Enterprise). Team plans are defined for each team separately. To manage them, go
to the team settings page and scroll to the
Plan and billing section. You
can change plans there and increase or decrease the number of seats in it.
Here, you can see your name and profile picture. If you signed up with a GitHub.com, GitLab.com or Bitbucket.org account, these details are fetched from your connected Git hosting account.
You can edit your name.
Here, you can see your username, password and email addresses. If you signed up with a GitHub.com, GitLab.com or Bitbucket.org account, the username and email address are fetched from your connected Git hosting account.
You can update your username and password.
Managing email addresses:
You can add multiple email addresses to a single Iterative Studio account. You can login to the account with any of your verified email addresses as long as you have set up a password for your account. This is true even if you signed up using your GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket.
One of your email addresses must be designated as primary. This is the address to which Iterative Studio will send all your account notification emails.
You can change your primary email address by clicking on the
next to the email address which you want to designate as primary.
You can delete your non-primary email addresses.
In this section, you can,
Connect to GitHub.com, GitLab.com or Bitbucket.org.
When you connect to a Git hosting provider, you will be prompted to grant Iterative Studio access to your account.
If you signed up to use Iterative Studio with an email address, you will not have any Git connections by default. You can set them up in this section.
Note that connections to self-hosted GitLab servers are not managed in this section. If you want to connect to a self-hosted GitLab server, you should create a team and set up the GitLab server connection in the team settings.
Disconnect from your GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket accounts.
Configure your GitHub account connection. That is, install the Iterative Studio GitHub app on additional organizations or repositories, or even remove the app from organizations or repositories where you no longer need it.
Here, you can see all the credentials you have added for your cloud / data remotes. You can also add new credentials as well as edit or delete existing credentials. The credentials that you add here will become available to use with your projects in Iterative Studio.
You can delete your account. However, this will permanently delete all the
projects you own and the links that you have shared. So, click on
Delete my account only if you are absolutely sure that you do not need those
projects or links anymore.
Deleting your account in Iterative Studio does not delete your Git repositories.