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A look at the first section of the Qlik Management Console: Governance.

Welcome back to our tour of the Qlik Management Console. As stated in my previous installment, we will begin going through the different sections of the Qlik Management Console with an in-depth view of the different options to help you get the most of your experience with Qlik SaaS. Today we will be looking at the Governance section.





First up in Governance is Users. This section will display information regarding, well, Users. Here you can see the names of everyone that has access to your Qlik account, the email addresses, user IDs, their status, roles and, if you have sent them an invite, when it will expire. In this section you can also send invites to accounts to join your tenant and edit their roles within the tenant. In the Permissions subsection, you can assign roles for those in your tenant.

User allocation is second in this section. User allocation displays information tied to your tenant’s users. You’ll find breakdowns of each role on your tenant. User Allocation also displays how many users can be in a specific role and how many users that role has.

Spaces allows you to view the different spaces attached to your tenant. You can view the name of the space, the type of it, who owns the space, the description of the space, when it was created and if that space is tied to a Fort.

Alerts is a great feature within Qlik SaaS that allows a user to set up notifications for when a specified event is triggered. In the Qlik Management Console, you can view the different Alerts attached to your tenant. This section gives you all the information you could need about your Alerts; the name, the owner, when it was evaluated, triggered, which it’s going to be evaluated again, when the alert was created and if the Alert is enabled or not. Here you can also disable or delete Alerts and transfer the ownership of them to another user on the tenant.

With Subscriptions, subscribers receive charts and sheets through email according to a schedule set by the user. The Subscriptions option in the Qlik Management Console allows you to control the subscriptions on your tenant. In this section you can delete, disable, or enable a subscription.

In the Schedules selection, you’ll find the scheduled tasks connected to your tenant. These tasks are when apps would be reloaded. You’ll also find the name of the app, when the reload was last performed, and when it will occur next. You can delete a schedule here as well so that it no longer reloads an app.

Events displays a log of the events which have transpired on your tenant. You’ll find when the event happened, where it came from, what type of event it was, and which user was responsible for the event.

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the Qlik Management Portal. Be sure to look for my next installment where we’ll be looking at the Content section. If you'd like further information on administering in QMC you can click here!