You can use general settings to customize organization-wide default settings such as system issue notifications, enable or disable existing features and locales.
To see these settings, go to Settings > Administration > Organization settings > General settings.
Use the General settings section to:
- Include IP of contact for profile actions - Store the IP of your contact's address when they change their profile.
- Enable custom navigation
- Notification replies sent from - Users can brand notification emails so that contacts are more likely to recognize them for what they are.
- Notification email address for system issues - Specify an email address where you want system notifications to be sent. Receive alerts about users in the organizations making changes to an account such as changing a password, or changing user account settings.
- Session timeout frequency - Set up your organization’s session timeout frequency to specify the time after which a user is automatically logged out of the classic Campaign environment when no action is taken. Only organization administrators can modify this setting. The default setting for session timeout is 1 hour. You can change this interval timeout by taking these steps. You can change the session timeout frequency to 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours, 4 hours, or 8 hours.
- Default folder visibility - Choose if the system always shows the private or shared folder as the default setting for your organization.
- Default query type - Choose query or classic query as the default setting for your organization's users.
- Default dynamic content rulebuilder type - Choose rulebuilder or classic rulebuilder as the default rulebuilder setting for your organization's users.
- Import update existing - Select Import Update Existing to prevent existing fields from being overwritten with blank/null values on import.
- Organization language - The language that appears in the organization. For example, English, Japanese, Italian, and so on.
- Organization locale - The location that the organization is in. For example, United States, France, Italy, and so on.