One of the foundations to setting up your phone system is knowing how to manage User Profiles. In most cases, a user is associated with a single Line, Voicemail Box, and Device; though multiple assignments are supported. You can also deny or grant users access to features like voicemail, call monitoring, Online Portal access, international calling, and more.
To access the settings for a user, click Users in the left sidebar and then select the user you would like to set up.
User’s first name.
User’s last name.
Email address required to access the Online Portal and other Jive apps.
User’s email address used for voicemail notification emails and receiving virtual faxes. User can optionally override this email address from the End User Portal.
Numerical username used for One Touch Activation and permission-based tasks such as recording prompts, making international calls, or call monitoring.
Numerical password of at least four digits (default 0000) used with the dialable username to access permission-based tasks such as recording prompts, making international calls, or call monitoring. This password is different from the user’s voicemail password. Click Show password to display the dialable password.
Allows the user to login to the Online Portal and other Jive apps.
End User Portal
|Open End User Portal||
Launches the user’s Portal.
|Select a group||
Lists the groups to which the user belongs. Common groups include administrators and international dialers. Click on the group name to go to its settings.
Lists all devices to which the user is assigned. Click on the device name to go to its settings.
|Enable Hot Desking||
This feature is supported on Cisco MPP, Polycom, and Yealink only.
Allows a user to load their extension settings to a shared phone and use it as their own (make/receive calls and check voicemail).
|Hot Desk Roaming Profile||
Determines which device settings are used during hot desking.
Lists all virtual fax machines that are configured to send as this user. Click on the fax name to go to its settings.