Customize Your Profile and Preferences

To change how defaults are set for your account, click your user picture and then click Preferences. Select your preferences from the list.

  • General: You can change your date format and language.

  • Notifications: You can change how you'll be notified if you’re flagged in a conversation. You can also receive a daily digest of activities.

  • Conversations: You can change the way messages are managed and change your membership options in conversations.

  • Documents: You can view your space quota and the notifications you’d like to set when document-specific behavior occurs. You can also specify if you'll allow public links to your files and folders, and what the default role for new public links should be. You can also set the maximum role you’ll allow for any public links that are created. Overall sharing rules are set for the entire system by your service administrator, so some of these options may not be available.

  • Linked devices: This shows any mobile devices or desktop apps that are linked to your account. If you change devices or lose one, you can click Revoke and your sign-in session is ended. All local content stored on the device for that account is deleted.

    Revoking access for the device affects only one account, so if you're using multiple accounts, you need to revoke access separately for each account to block all access to Oracle Content and Experience and delete all local content stored on the device.

  • Applications: If custom applications were added to your service, information about those applications appears here.

To change your profile information, click your user picture and then click View Profile and then Edit Profile. You can alter your contact information, enter a description, or define your areas of expertise. Click Update to save your changes. The profile information appears on your user “wall”. When someone follows you, they can view this profile information.