- Embedding Documentation
- Option 3: End User Portal
What is an end user portal?
The end user portal is a single-page login screen and dashboard that allows you
to permission specific end users to specific dashboards. A portal can be set up
your_domain.com/portal directs your users to an Explo dashboard
without you having to write any code.
How do I set up a portal?
In Explo’s team settings page, you can supply several pieces of metadata for your portal:
|Page Favicon Url||A url pointing to the favicon that will display on your browser’s tab from the portal page|
|Portal Logo||A url pointing to the logo that you would like to display both on the login and dashboard views|
|Portal Site Title||The title that will display on your browser’s tab from the portal page|
|External Email||The email from which authentication emails will be sent to your users. Note that you should reach out to Explo support to set up this email if you want it to come from your own domain|
To have a custom domain point to your portal (such as
reach out to Explo support.
In your end user group configuration on the customers tab, you can now select a dashboard to permission to the end user group and supply a set of user emails that can log in to see this dashboard. Our portal authenticates via magic link, so you do not have to supply a password or handle any sort of end user management outside of granting or revoking email access on this page.
What do my users see?
On first access of the portal, your users will see a log in screen prompting them for an email. If they submit an email you’ve granted access to, then they will receive a link via email that will permission them to the dashboard. This link lasts 15 minutes, and access to the dashboard lasts 7 days before they must log in again.
On subsequent accesses to the portal, your users will be directed immediately to the dashboard itself, provided that their session has not expired and that you haven’t revoked access for that email.