Administrators can change application-level settings in ThinkUp.
Choose the public service user which will appear by default when a non-logged in user visits the ThinkUp dashboard. By default, this is set to the last updated service user, that is, the service user which was last crawled successfully.
If you set this to a public service user which becomes private, this setting will fall back to its default, the last updated service user.
Allow new users to register for accounts on your ThinkUp installation. When this box is checked, ThinkUp’s register link will present a registration form. Otherwise, ThinkUp displays a message that registration is closed. The default value is registration closed (unchecked).
Check this box if you want to see the verbose, unformatted developer log on the “Capture Data” screen, instead of the quieter, formatted user log. Once you change this setting, go back to the Dashboard and click on “Capture Data” to see the change in action.
Configure reCAPTCHA in the ThinkUp user registration form.
By default, ThinkUp generates a CAPTCHA image using the GD library. However, reCAPTCHA helps digitize books, and works without GD. To enable reCAPTCHA, get reCAPTCHA API keys, then check the Enable ReCAPTCHA box and enter the keys.
If you do not have the GD library installed on your server, reCAPTCHA is a good alternative CAPTCHA solution.
Get notified when there is a new ThinkUp beta version available, and have the option to upgrade to it using the web-based upgrader. Proceed at your own risk! ThinkUp betas are unstable versions for testers only. Some may include database migrations that you must run manually (using $ cd install/cli/; php upgrade.php --with-new-sql).
ThinkUp sends usage information to thinkup.com when it checks if there’s a new version available. Collecting this usage information enables ThinkUp’s core development team to gain insight into what features are in use, and make data-informed decisions about how to improve the application.
The information collected about individual ThinkUp installations is not public; it is only available to ThinkUp’s core development team. From time to time, the team may publish usage statistics in aggregate.
The usage information includes:
Check this box to disable usage reporting on your ThinkUp installation.
Click on the appropriate link to back up or export data from your ThinkUp installation.