Users & Spaces Module Overview

After you add your Kore users, you may need to update user information, add or delete users and spaces in the Users & Spaces module. As the Enterprise Admin or an admin user, you can administer your users, manage your spaces, assign users to groups, and manage company distribution lists.

The following illustration shows an example of the Users & Spaces module with the Users page Managed Users tab displayed.

In This Module

The Users & Spaces module is comprised of the following pages:

  • Users Page

    On the Users page in the Users & Spaces module, there are three tabs. On the Managed Users tab, you can view and manage your Kore managed user roles, status, monitor user message activity, and change a managed user to an unmanaged user. On the Unmanaged Users tab, you can view unmanaged user data such as name and email, how they were invited to your domain, and change an unmanaged user to a managed user. For more information, see Working with Unmanaged Users. On the User Settings tab, you can define the user profile fields displayed to the user in their profile, for example, address information, and if the user can edit those fields.

  • Spaces Page

    On Managed Spaces tab on the Spaces page, in the Kore Users & Spaces module in the Enterprise Admin Console, you can add new spaces, view existing spaces, suspend spaces, and if desired, unmanage a managed space. You can also view the number of members for each space, the type of space as a public or private space, and the current status of the space as active or suspended.

  • Groups Page

    On the Groups page in the Users & Spaces module, you can create and manage logical related groups of managed users, as well as importing groups, such as your company Active Directory groups.

  • Distribution Lists Page

    On the Distribution Lists page in the Users & Spaces module, if Microsoft® Active Directory® is configured already for your domain, you can view the distribution lists for your domain, as well as the number of Kore users, both managed users and unmanaged users.

Next Steps

To get started with managing your users, you need create or select one or more existing users. For more information, see Managing Your Users.