In the top left corner of the main Pics.io screen you can find the Settings menu. The first section on this menu is "My account". This is the place where you can enter and edit your personal details. You can also manage your Pics.io settings and notifications here.
You can find three sub-sections here: Account, Settings, and Notifications.
In this sub-section you can enter and edit the following info about yourself.
- full name
- social media accounts
- your blog url
- additional info and contacts
Here you can also upload your photo (128x128px image recommended). This photo will appear when you leave comments about your assets, assign users to assets, etc.
By filling in these fields, you make your Pics.io account more vivid, tell your team more about yourself, and give them a way to reach you beyond Pics.io.
In this section you can also reset your password in Pics.io.
This sheet allows you to edit your network preferences and user interface color scheme. Adjusting network preferences will help you optimize the way you use Pics.io in case of slow internet connection.
You can also choose between dark or light color schemes to make Pics.io use even more comfortable.
Here you can chose the way how you want to receive notifications from Pics.io about important events happening in your storage ( e.g. new uploads, comments, possible mistakes, etc.). Currently, there are two ways you can learn about them:
- Email. By default, the email address for receiving notifications is the address you used to get registered in Pics.io. However, you can type here other email address that will be convenient for you to check. You can even add several email addresses, if you want more of your teammates to receive notifications.
- Slack. You can connect your Pics.io account to Slack messenger using your nickname and 'Add to Slack' button. Thus you will receive notifications from @picsio bot via chat messages every time your team makes an update, or even manage your Pics.io account by sending some commands through Slack. You can read more about it here.