Enterprise Management

Enterprise Center

  1. Introduction

1.1 Features of Enterprise center

Display enterprise information, enterprise functions and billing information;

Enterprise information: display subscription package, task balances, current members, and month usage period;

Enterprise functions: show the total number of members and the functions of the company;

Billing information: display the company’s billing flow information;

  1. Introduction to Enterprise Center Interface

2.1 Corporate Information

Current balance: The current balance of the enterprise account;

Package: The package currently subscribed to by the enterprise;

Current members: the number of member accounts that the company has added, the format is “current members / total members”;

Monthly settlement date: The next subscription expiry date of the enterprise’s subscription package. At 00:00 on the day of the expiry date, the package deduction and the number of tasks will be restored;

(Enterprise information example)

2.2 Enterprise Functions

AdsPower account number: the total number of members of the company’s current subscription package;

Specific functions: the display of the function permission currently opened by the enterprise, and the automation functions refer to specific system automation operation permissions;

(Enterprise Function Example)

2.3 Billing Information

The billing information includes the recharge, the reward, the package fee, the automation fee, and the proxy fee;

Recharge amount: the total amount of recharge in the month;

Reward amount: the reward that the enterprise receives after reaching the corresponding automation cost;

Package fee: the fee deducted from the package monthly settlement;

Automation fee: the accumulated task cost of automation consumption in that month;

Proxy fee: Proxy fee consumed by automation in that month;

(Billing information example)

Permission Management

  1. Introduction

1.1 Functions of Permission Management

The administrator manages the rights of different members in a targeted manner, mainly including add member, arranging corresponding roles for members, and allocating members’ visible and available permissions;

First, add (create) role types and assign different functional permissions to each role. Then add members to move different members into different role groups according to operational needs, and obtain the corresponding permissions of the group, thereby helping different members to work;

Members: Members refer to the newly created members of the project. They do not have any permissions by default and cannot use system functions.

Roles: Create roles with different functional permissions, and subsequently assign corresponding roles to different members with corresponding functions;

  1. Introduction to Permission Management Operations

2.1 Add role

Role name: Name information of the custom role;

Description: Remark information for the role;

(Add roles example)

2.2 Add member

Set mailbox: Set the login account information of members, which must be strictly in accordance with the mailbox format;

Set password: Set the member’s login password information, the password is not less than 8 digits;

Account batch: In this drop-down box, select the batch group that has been created;

(Add members example)

2.3 Role list interface

2.3.1 Administrator Role

Project administrator, a role with the highest privileges, Who can perform all functions of add member, removing members, add role, removing roles, and managing role permissions in permission management;

2.3.2 Trash Role

New members of the project are grouped by default. Can only enter the project as a participating role, have no management rights on the project, cannot enter the project management interface, and cannot use the functions of project management;

2.3.3 Custom Role

Custom role groups established by managers based on the needs of project operations. Administrators can modify custom role member assignments and modify function permission;

(Role list example )

2.4 Member Management Interface

2.4.1 Role member

The interface includes basic information such as name, email, mobile phone, and operations. The operations are divided into modify, reset password, and remove.

Modify: Modify the roles of individual members and batch grouping, including the conversion of roles and the increase or decrease of batch permissions;

Reset password: reset the login password of a single member. After resetting the password, the password will be reset to the default password: 12345678. Please go to the account information (in the avatar drop-down box) as soon as possible to modify it yourself

Remove: In different role groups (except for unauthorized role groups), administrators can remove different members, and members will lose all functional permissions of the original role and be removed to unauthorized role groups;

(Role member example)

2.4.2 Function permission

The interface includes seven parts: enterprise management, account management, task management, batch management, pricing scheme, material management, and automation tasks;

Enterprise management: Including enterprise settings and rights management functions, that is, modules that produce enterprise information and manage user roles and functions

Account management: the core function of the system, which can be divided into account management, material management, task management;

Task management: The core functions of the system, you can import accounts here, open the prirnt browser and create automated tasks;

Material management: The creation of some automated tasks requires the improvement of materials;

Batch management: The specific status of the executed automation task will be displayed here;

Pricing scheme: The detailed charging scheme of the system;

Automated tasks: specific functions that the system can perform automatically;

(Function permission example )

2.5 Keyword Search

Ability to quickly retrieve members within a single role for different role groups;