From the iCM home page, "Personal settings" is one of the items in the action panel.
The available settings are:
|Article start section||Choose which tab of the article editor is displayed when you create or edit an article|
|Article text section||Choose whether the article summary or article body is displayed when the text tab is selected in the article editor|
|Article related section||Choose which tab (either search, browse or suggested) is displayed when the related content tab is selected in the article editor|
|Preview window size||Choose your preferred size of the article preview window. There are several options including "Auto", which will make the best use of the available screen space|
|WYSIWYG auto-refresh||The WYSIWYG editor will automatically default to refreshing the display whenever required, ie after any text or related content modifications. To disable this, select "No"|
|WYSIWYG show regions||The WYSIWYG editor will only automatically highlight the editable portions of its content when creating a new article. To default to highlighting editable content for all articles, select "Yes"|
|Approval notification||Choose whether or not you want to receive emails about articles that are awaiting your approval. Approval notifications for users who submit content (ie they are notified when the content is approved or rejected) are set when an article is submitted|
Personal shortcuts are a way to quickly access tasks that you perform regularly in iCM.
From the iCM home page, "Edit personal shortcuts" is one of the items in the action panel.
Use the "Create", "Edit" and "Delete" buttons to work with your shortcuts. The options when creating or editing a shortcut are:
|Shortcut Name||The name of the shortcut. This name will appear in the list of shortcuts on the iCM home page|
|Item Type||The type of content item that this shortcut links to|
|Item Sub-Type||This only applies to forms and media. Media sub-types will list all of the different types of media defined in your iCM.|
|Item action||The action that the shortcut will perform on the content. The options will typically include View, Edit, Delete and Add but will vary depending on the item type specified|
|Item||The item of content this shortcut will link to|