There are three areas where a user can make individual settings:

  • Your user settings (see below): dashboard settings, datasheet settings, OneSoft background and favorite datasheets and items
  • Information in side menu (see below): manage your watchdogs, take notes, create tasks and much more
  • Your account settings (see below): set up your profile picture and new password

Your user settings

Unlike all the other settings, the ones listed here are your personal settings. This means that they are linked to your user account and will not affect any other user's OneSoft.


HOME dashboard: accessile from the house icon next to the favorite datasheets or from the HOME button in the side menu, the HOME dashboard is fully personalized. It is composed of different widgets that you can either hide or show. They can be dragged and dropped into the order that suits you best.

Datasheet dashboards: these are the "introductory" pages of a datasheet. They aspire to provide the user with a quick overview of what's new in the datasheet and a quick report over some chosen items.

Some of the datasheet settings 

Like color, sorting of items in the list of items, and more

OneSoft background

Move your mouse over your profile picture. Two editing tools should appear in the top right-hand corner.

Click on the right one, three dots, to unroll the menu, then go to "Set my background wallpaper". Then choose your new background and save.

Marking as favorite

Favorite items: marking some items as favorite will allow you to gain a quick access to them from several places. Also, there is a possibility to set the graphs on your datasheet dashboards to report automatically about your favorite items.

Favorite datasheets: favorite datasheets are quickly accessible from the tabs in the top right-hand corner of the screen. To access a non-favorite datasheet, you need to pass by the hamburger menu in the top left-hand corner of the screen.

Information in side menu

Similarly, all information in your side menu is featured, personalized. This means that no other user will see the same as you do.

For instance, your notes will stay private unless you share it, your watchdogs won't be seen by anyone else unless you share it, your reports will stay private, and so on and so forth.

Your account settings

Obviously, no one else has access to your user account settings such as password and profile picture.

Move your mouse over your profile picture. Two editing tools should appear in the top right-hand corner.

Click on the left one, a pen icon, to unroll the menu, then choose to eithr change your profile picture or change your password.