Changing Profiles

Article Number:020412

This section describes how to change your own profile.

  1. View your profile.
    Viewing Your Profile

  2. Click Edit icon of the data to edit.
    Image showing the edit icon

  3. Editing a comment
    Enter a message to other users who see your profile.

    1. Click Edit icon in the "About Me" section.
    2. Enter your comments.
    3. Click Save. Image of editing comment
  4. Editing a display name
    Enter the name or nickname you want.

    1. Click Edit icon in the "Basic Profile" section.
    2. Enter a new display name.
    3. Click Save. Image of editing display name
  5. Editing a login name and password

    1. Click "Login Name & Password".
      Profile screen
    2. Perform actions according to the following page.
      Changing Your Login Name and Password
  6. Changing a priority department
    Priority department is a feature that enables you to specify a preferred department to be displayed on the screen as a first choice.
    If you belong to multiple departments, configuring a priority department enables you to indicate your main department.

    1. Click Edit icon in the "Basic Profile" section.
    2. In "Priority Department", select a department from the drop-down list. Profile screen
    3. Click Save.
  7. Editing an e-mail address

    1. Click Edit icon in the "Contact Details" section.
    2. In "E-mail Address", enter a new e-mail address.
      Profile screen
    3. Click Save.

If You Cannot Edit the Field

If you encounter the following situations, your administrator may have configured the fields non-editable. Users cannot edit the contents of the fields.

  • The fields themselves are not visible.
  • Even if Edit icon is displayed in Profile screen, icon indicating non-editable fields is displayed in the edit screen for profiles.

    • Example of Profile Screen:
      Example screen of Profile
    • Example of Edit Profile Screen:
      Example of field that is not editable

Ask your administrator if you need to edit the field.
Making Fields in Profile Editable