This section would deal with system-wide configuration of the account.

To open System Settings, go to:

Home > Settings > System Settings



1. General Settings:

Country: You can set the default country here, this will be fetched when creating new addresses.
Time Zone: Sets time automatically based on the time zone.
Language: Sets the global language for the OneHash CRM account.

2. Date and number format:

Date- dd/mm/yyyy or mm/dd/yyy
Time- hhh:mm:ss or hh:mm
Number- format in which numbers will be formatted
Float precision- The number of zeros displayed after the decimal point for quantities etc. By default it is 3.
Currency precision- Number of zeros displayed after the decimal point for currency values.

3. Backups:

In OneHash CRM you can backup the database as well as your files. Database backups are created automatically while file backups need to be downloaded explicitly. For a backup of files, click on the Download Files Backup button in the Download Backups form.

4. Permissions:

Using permissions, you can limit user access to document types. The limitation can be based on fields like Company, Territory, Branch, etc. If Apply Strict User Permissions checkbox is ticked and User Permission is defined for a DocType for a User, then all the documents where the value of the link is blank, will not be shown to that User.

This is done from:

Home > Users and Permissions > Permissions > User Permissions

5. Security:

Session Expiry: Number of idle hours after which you'll be logged out of a session. This helps in better security. For example, if there is no activity for 6 hours, your account will be logged out.
Session Expiry Mobile: Session expiry when logged in from a mobile phone.
Allow only one session per user: If you want to use a single set of credentials for multiple users, tick this checkbox. The number of simultaneous sessions can be changed under User master. Mobile phone sessions are not counted here.
Allow Login using Mobile Number: By checking the 'Allow Login using Mobile Number' checkbox, you can log in to OneHash CRM using a valid mobile number set in your User account.
Allow Login using User Name: Allow user login via their username set in the User Master.
Show Full Error and Allow Reporting of Issues to the Developer: This will display the whole error on the screen and allow reporting issues. If you have technical knowledge in this area, you can get a better idea of the error by reading the whole message.

6. Password:

Force User to Reset Password: Number of days after which a password reset is mandatory. 0 means no limit.
Enable Password Policy: Enables a password strength checker so that users have to use strong passwords for their login.
Minimum Password Score: Score for the password strength checker

2 is medium
3 is strong
4 is very strong
The complexity is based on the number of characters, capitalization, special characters, etc.

7. Brute Force Security:

Allow Consecutive Login Attempts: Consecutive logins after which you'll be locked out of the account for a specific period. This helps if an intruder tries to log in to your account.
Allow Login After Fail: Seconds after which a login attempt will be allowed after consecutive unsuccessful attempts.

8. Two Factor Authentication:

On ticking 'Enable Two Factor Auth', the following two options will be seen.

- Bypass Two Factor Auth for users who log in from restricted IP Address: Users who log in from restricted IP addresses will not be asked for Two Factor Authentication. You can restrict IPs from User master under the Restrict IP field.
- Bypass restricted IP Address check If Two Factor Auth Enabled: If checked, all users can log in with Two Factor Authentication regardless if their IP is restricted or not.

9. Email:

- Email Footer Address: Organization name, address, and other details can be added here. This will be set as default in all outgoing mails.
- Disable Standard Email Footer: If ticked, the standard email footer will be disabled for outgoing emails.
- Hide footer in auto-email reports: If ticked, footers will be hidden in Auto Email Reports.

How to create an Auto Email Report?

Go to the Auto Email Report list, click on New.
Select the Report for which you want to generate emails.
Select the user for which you want to create this report (permissions will apply for this user).
Set the Email Addresses to which you want this report to be emailed and the frequency of the report. Emails will be sent at midnight. The date will be repeated in case of weekly/monthly/yearly frequency. For example, if the selected date is 7 and the frequency is monthly, the email will be sent on the 7th of each month.
Save

10. Chat:

Enable Chat: This option will enable the in-app chat which can be used to communicate with other employees.
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