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Account

Your account:

Calliope account setup

You can open your account page from the dropdown located on the top right.

Calliope account

Your credentials

Your account contains a primary account that we use to communicate through email. Also you can't unlink it and it is recognizable with the P-icon.

Your account can contain multiple credentials where you can log in with, e.g:

  • login via email
  • login via Google sign in

Note that, if you have initially created an account using your email address, and afterward sign in with google using the same email, it will automatically be linked to the existing account.

Calliope credentials

Changing password

To change your password you need to go to your account, then you go to Your Credentials and go to the settings icon next to your email address and click on change password.

Personal information

As it says on the tin, here you can manage all your personal information. you can fill in the time zone so you can see when the results come in.

GitLab settings

Here you can manage your integration with your GitLab platform. For it to work you will need to create a gitlab personal access token. When the Gitlab API key is valid, you can trigger GitLab jobs from within Calliope.pro. See gitlab integration for more info.

Email summary results

Here you can configure if you want to receive email summaries whenever test results are imported. There are various settings for this:

  • No: You will not receive any emails when new test results are in
  • Yes: You always receive any emails when new test results are in
  • Only on changes: You will only receive any emails when new test results are in that are than the previous results
  • Only on errors: You will only receive any emails when new test results are in that contain errors

Calliope API key

This key can be used to import test, for more information you can go to api-import.

Danger zone

In this section, you can delete your account.

Warning

Note that deleting your account deleted all your account data and is not recoverable.