Every new FYI user can set up personal defaults to reflect their individual preferences.
For an introduction to key concepts, watch the 1 minute tutorial on Navigating My Settings below:
Individual preferences can be set up for your own login from Settings - My Settings.
- From FYI, click Settings in the top right-hand corner.
All users see My Settings as an option.
An FYI administrator also has access to the Practice Settings.
- Select My Settings from the drop-down and the My Settings displays.
Individual Profile Settings
The Profile tab is where individual defaults can be set for notifications, attachments, how you want to use the Preview function and how you prefer to open Office products (via the Desktop or Online). You can also choose to over-ride the default setting for your practice if you wish to review emails from your In Tray before making them available practice wide. For how to use the settings in this tab, refer to Setting Defaults and AutoFile Defaults for your own Login.
Individual Settings for Documents
To save time filing documents for a specific client, FYI provides the ability to set filing defaults for the Cabinet and the Categories for each client. Refer to Setting Filing Defaults for a Client.
If filing defaults are not set up at a client level, FYI checks to see if the user filing the documents has their own personal defaults. Auto-filing defaults can be set up to reflect the preferences of individual users via the Documents tab.
This is also where you can upload a digital scan of your signature to add to documents as part of an approval workflow.
Sharing your In Tray
The Share tab is used to redelegate unfiled documents in your In Tray. This can use useful, for example, if you are going to be away and you need someone else to check and file or delete documents in your In Tray for you. You can select one or more users to share your In Tray with. Refer to Sharing your In Tray
Security and Devices
The My Settings - Security tab lists any changes made to your settings.
The My Settings - Devices tab lists the devices on which you have used to connect to FYI and displays "This connection" for the connection you are currently using.