Web Portal

Updated date: 20 February 2018
There are several authentication modes to access the Octopus Web Portal. The different authentication modes are described in the sections below.
Updated date: 2 February 2018
During the configuration of the Web portal, some incident templates et SR types can be made visible so that users can generate their request using a web form.   The forms created with Octopus can be customized in many ways:  the objective is to gather the required information to...
Updated date: 19 November 2014
If you use the Web Portal, you will sometimes have Users that cannot subcribe on their own to the Web Services or that cannot remember their password. You can create a Web Account and reset the password for the User directly in Octopus.
Updated date: 10 January 2018
From the point where the advanced configuration of tasks is used in service requests, it will become mandatory that users submit their requests from the Web portal. Once this technique is used, requests created from an Octopus user, cannot generate the information required as it will...
Updated date: 20 February 2018
The Octopus Web Portail is a very important element that allows users to open their requests on their own. To make it more user friendly, it is possible for users to launch the Octoups Web Portal without having to enter their username and password. 
Updated date: 1 May 2018
From the 4.2.230 version it is possible to activate two new modes on the Web Portal. The modern mode includes the tiles and the colours. Activating the modern mode requires some modification and preparation, but above all, it implicates all the teams that are visible on the Web...
Updated date: 1 May 2018
We can make basic customizations to your Web portal (add your logo, rename center services, etc.). These basic changes are free of charge.
Updated date: 22 January 2018
The satisfaction survey is a good way to open communications with users and measure the level of service efficiency. The Octopus built-in customer survey is simple, but efficient and does not require a lot of configuration.
Updated date: 10 April 2017
When setting up the Web Portal, some incident templates and service requests (SR) types can be made visible to users so they can submit requests on their own through the Web Portal. Forms created with Octopus can be customized in several ways; the objective is to gather the necessary...
Updated date: 8 May 2017
It is possible to restrict access to your Web portal to a range of IP addresses. Only people using the IP address included in the range will be able to access the Web Portal, and people outside the range would be access denied. 

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