This article shows you how to perform basic actions in the RedApp. It also describes where to find commonly used features like notifications and the audit trail. If you're not familiar with the RedApp, use this overview to find your way around.
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How to use the RedApp
Logging into the RedApp
To start using the RedApp, you'll receive an invitation from your service provider. You will then need to complete some steps similar to these.
For security purposes, you will need to use multi-factor authentication every time you log into the RedApp.
You can see your own user profile by clicking on the profile icon at the top right. This shows your user type, contact information, and the option to delete your account.
You can access your settings by clicking on the cog icon.
Here you can view and change the details of your own organisation.
Here you can create and manage users for your own organisation and for partner/customer organisations.
See our user management guide for step-by-step instructions.
To access the Help section, click on the question mark icon. Under Help, you can find ways to contact our support team should you need assistance with anything on the RedApp.
You can see your latest notifications by clicking the bell icon. The Recent tab shows completed backups and recoveries, backup set additions and deletions, and related information. The Tasks tab shows tasks that are in progress, while the Queued tab shows tasks that have not yet started.
The audit trail is a basic, user-friendly log that shows a history of user actions. You can view the audit trail for your organisation by clicking the magnifying glass icon.
One of the key features of the RedApp is the various dashboards that show you real-time analytics of your data estate. You can view a dashboard of all your customers or see dashboards for individual Redstor products such as Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, or Machines.
To set up your products in the RedApp, see our product management guide. Once you have added a product, you can click on the product name in the sidebar to start adding backup sets for this product. This page contains links to all our guides to setting up backup sets for specific services.