You can change information for a user by changing account information in More > Admin > Governance > People, including the user name, email address, phone number, title, security role, group membership, and content access. You must have an "Admin" default security role or a custom role with the "Edit users" privilege enabled to do this.
For information about managing user accounts for connectors, see Managing User Accounts for Connectors.
To change information in a user account,
Click More > Admin.
The Admin Settings appears.
- Select the Governance tab.
The People sub-tab appears.
In the user listing, select the name of the user you want.
Change the information you want for the user.
When finished, click Save Changes.
Non-Admin users can also change some (but not all) of this information in their personal Profile pages. For more information, see Specifying Your Personal Profile Information.
Email addresses are not editable while SSO is enabled. If you have enabled SSO and you want to update any email addresses, you will need to do the following:
Navigate to More > Admin > Authentication > SAML (SSO).
Temporarily disable SSO.
Navigate to the Governance > People tab and locate the user whose email address you need to update.
Edit the email address to match the address you have in your SSO environment.
Reenable SSO in the Authentication > SAML (SSO) sub-tab.
Because deactivating SSO can affect users' ability to access the instance, we would suggest doing this outside of normal operating hours.
For more information about SSO in Domo, see Understanding and Configuring Domo Single Sign-On.