Managing User Profiles

User profiles are the personal information stored for a user. In some cases, this information was collected directly from the user; for example, during registration the user might have filled out at least part of their user profile. In other cases, the information might have been collected via social login: when a user logs on with, say, a Facebook account or a Twitter account, the user can give permission for information from that account to be copied to their Janrain user profile. (What information? That depends both on the account used for social login and on how social login has been configured for your web site.)

Of course, there’s more to managing user profiles than simply collecting profile information. For example, administrators can also perform such tasks as:

Each of these tasks are detailed in this section of the Console documentation. For a quick video demo of the Manage Profiles area of Console, use this link.