After deploying your service and setting up users and groups, you need to complete some additional tasks in the Oracle Content and Experience web interface to get Oracle Content and Experience up and running.
Perform the followings tasks, as necessary, as described in Administering Oracle Content and Experience:
- Set service defaults such as user quotas, link behavior, file type and size restrictions, and virus scan options.
Another important default to set is the default role given to new folder members.
- If your company uses single sign-on (SSO), you’ll want to enable SSO.
- You might want to perform some of the following tasks to get the most out of Oracle Content and Experience:
- Apply branding and URLs to customize Oracle Content and Experience with your logo and other branding, and change the links that are available in the user menu to download apps, access help, and send feedback..
- Enable email notifications to alert users when certain events occur, like when someone flags you, or when someone creates a public link for a file or folder.
- Set the default time zone and language for the Oracle Content and Experience user interface.
- Configure custom properties (metadata) so that users can quickly categorize files and folders with additional information.
- Provide sign-in and get-started information to users to introduce your users to Oracle Content and Experience and let them know who to contact if they have questions.
- Optionally, push the desktop app out to your users.
The desktop app keeps files and folders on your users' computers synchronized with the cloud. They can choose the folders in Oracle Content and Experience that they want to sync, including folders that are shared with them, so they always have access to the current versions of their content folders and assets. They can also add files and folders into their desktop folder, and they'll automatically be added to Oracle Content and Experience.
Your users can set notifications, letting them know when there's activity in conversations they participate in, and they can share files and folders, just like they do in the web interface.
To take your user experience even further, integrate Oracle Content and Experience with your other business applications.