After installation let's reach 100% of our Setup Guide to customize Jet Admin to fit all your operational requirements.
Layout Edit mode allows you to customize the entire UI, and is not limited to the visibility of your collections.
After having clicked on the "Customize Interface" button, you can choose one of the Customization interface area.
Menu - Customize menu items, ordering, create section for each menu items group.
Change page view (go to page that you want to edit):
Dashboard - Track your KPI using charts.
Collections view - Customize your collections view, column visibility.
Detail view - Customize collection records: layouts, fields, actions, relationships and widgets in one view to see all our important data at a glance.
Collection settings panel - Configure all the fields widget available from the selected collection.
In order to edit collections, dashboard or detail collection record go to the specific page.
Go to 'Edit mode' and choose the menu area, we can find all our available collections and delete those we don't want to see.
To get the collection back go to "Add Item" and choose a "Collection link" item.
Let's click on the collection Dishes and go to Edit Mode. Then, we can see all the dishes records listed on a table view. We can hide and reorders the table's columns to be more usable by our business team.
Choosing the right widgets is an important step to display your data in the most usable way. In this example, we are configuring the collection News to display the fields Photo and Date with more suitable widgets.
From the collection settings panel, we can configure all the fields available from the selected collection.
For the Created Date Time field, we chose the widget Date/Time Field and the widget Image Field for the field Photo.
By default, Jet Admin is able to automatically set a suitable icon on the most common collections (e.g. users, companies, payments and more).
But of course, it's totally customizable. We can find all the collections customization settings from the collection settings panel. To open it, just click on the right cog icon beside the collection name from the left navigation bar.
It's now the perfect timing to further in the UI customization. After clicking on the Start button on the "Add a new chart" step, we will be automatically redirected to the Dashboard with the Layout Editor enabled.
From there, we can click "Add a new chart" to create our first chart. Then, we can create many different charts (Line chart, Bar chart, Counter, List etc.) using a simple builder or SQL.
For now, we will just create a very simple Counter chart "Number of orders".
For now, we will just create a very simple Pie chart chart "Orders distributed by status types".
A Detail view allows us to drag'n'drop sections, layouts, fields, actions, relationships and widgets in one view to see all our important data at a glance.
Jet Admin lets you filter and segment any group of records to organize your data. Generally, they corresponds to the different steps of an operational process.
For example, we're implementing here the order's status and creating 3 segments corresponding to the possible status: Preorder, Takeaway and Booking.
Simple. Build a search request and press 'Plus' button on the right.
Collection panel. Go to 'Edit mode' and choose a 'Collection Settings' area. On the Segments tab press 'Add segment' button.
By default, you can access to the segments from the collection's header and directly in the navigation bar.
User roles determine the access level or permissions of your teammates.
Admin - Has all the privileges from the Editor role + can access all the project settings (manage teams, users, environments, billings, etc.).
Editor - Has all the User privileges and can access to the UI customization through the Layout Editor mode.
User - Can use all the features of the back office as an end user without accessing any customization options.
With the Jet's user management system, we can organize our interface per units (e.g. support, tech, sales, etc.) and keep control over who has access to which content in our company.
In this case, we have to upgrade to the Pro plan to benefits from this feature. The reason is because you first need to give a production (or a remote environment) access to multiple users before configuring their team-based permissions.
Once upgraded, we'll be able to create a new team. Below, we created a Customer Support team and we chose to copy the layout from the Operations team.
We should manage permissions All, Read, Write, Delete for each collections.