To use ThinkUp, first you must create a ThinkUp user account either during installation or using the registration form.
To create a new ThinkUp user account, in ThinkUp’s status bar click on the “Log In” link. Then click on “Register.” If the installation administrator has opened registration to new users, fill out the form and click on the “Register” button to create a new user account. You will receive an email with a link to activate your new account. (Note that if the web server is unable to send email, an administrator will have to activate your new account manually.)
If the installation administrator has not opened registration to new users, when you click on the Register link, you will see the Sorry, registration is closed on this ThinkUp installation message.
To log in to ThinkUp, click on the “Log In” link on the right side of ThinkUp’s status bar. Then, enter the email address and password you used when you created your user account and click on the “Log In” button.
On the Roadmap
You must log in every time you visit ThinkUp. We hope to offer a “Remember me” checkbox on the log in page soon.
To log out of ThinkUp, click on the “Log out” link on the right side of ThinkUp’s status bar when you’re logged in.
You can only log in to ThinkUp if you provide the correct email address and password, and your user account is activated.
To prevent brute force attacks which attempt to guess a user’s ThinkUp password, ThinkUp enforces a failed login attempt cap. After 10 failed login attempts, ThinkUp deactivates the user account. An administrator must reactivate it. (If the administrator account is deactivated, you can manually reactivate it.)
If you’ve forgotten your ThinkUp password, on the Log In page, click on “Forgot password.” Enter the email address associated with your user account and click on the “Send Reset” button. If the web server is able, ThinkUp will send you an email which contains a link to reset your password.
Currently there are two levels of user permissions in ThinkUp: user-level and administrator-level permissions.
Every ThinkUp installation must have at least one administrator account. A ThinkUp installation can have any number of user accounts, and it may have multiple administrator accounts.
When an administrator with the email address firstname.lastname@example.org is logged into ThinkUp, the text on the right side of ThinkUp’s status bar reads “Logged in as admin: email@example.com.” Otherwise, it simply reads “Logged in as: firstname.lastname@example.org.”