When you log in Limio Catalog, you will see a side-bar navigation on the left. This bar includes admin concepts of Limio Catalog, which allows you to manage the user experience of Limio Catalog as well as perform some bulk actions such as bulk import or publishing the catalog. Let's go through those admin concepts.
Operations include the Publisher and Job Manager. Publisher lets you publish a versioned catalogue, taking all data stored at a given time in Limio Catalog. You can also compare version of catalogs in Publisher.
Job Manager lets you check whether jobs are successful, active or pending, or failing. Jobs are used for bulk actions, such as a bulk edit or a mass delete. You can reset jobs by clicking the refresh arrow.
Import lets you import data for Offers, Products, Segments, and Tags via CSV and JSON by dragging or searching for a local file. It includes a data mapping tool to Limio Catalog's attributes. You can even preview your data to make it easier to map the CSV/JSON fields to Limio Catalog's fields.
Config & Templates
Templates are core to how Limio Catalog works. A template defines the set of attributes available for the Offers, Products, Segments and Tags. Templates are entirely configurable. You can have different template for different level of the hierarchy and define different family of templates.
A template will include a Name (system name), Label (user visible name), Description (visible as a tooltip), and a Type (string, boolean, numeric, multi-picklist...). To learn more about Template, head to this post.
Profile & User Admin
Profile stores individual user information, such as username, email, role and team. Role determines the level of access they have to Catalog. Team allows user to only view information related to their team in Catalog.
The Users tab is only visible to users with TenantAdmin role. It enables admin to review and enact changes for other users.
The Create User tab allows to create another user and assign them a team. Once created, they will receive a welcome email which redirects them to a sign-in page.
The Create Teams tab enables you to create teams which can then be assigned to users, such as 'Acquisition' or 'Lifestyle Team'.