You can set up formulas that allow Replicon to automatically generate each user's login name and email address based on their first and last names. This can help save time and prevent errors when setting up users. Formulas apply to all new users you add.
Login name and email formulas are comprised of one or more tags that define:
Optionally, formulas can include:
For example, for a user named John Smith:
Would generate this login name or email address…
Formulas may include the tags outlined in the table below.
First name using the same case structure as entered in the First Name field
First name in lower case
First name in upper case
Initial of first name using the same case structure as entered in the First Name field
Initial of first name in lower case
Initial of first name in upper case
Last name using the same case structure as entered in the Last Name field
Last name in lower case
Last name in upper case
Initial of last name using the same case structure as entered in the Last Name field
Initial of last name in lower case
Initial of last name in upper case
The following default formulas are pre-defined in Replicon.
You can update these to match your desired formats and, in the case of the email formula, to include your organization’s domain name.
To update formulas:
You can modify login names and emails after they are generated in user profiles. Typically, however, you shouldn’t need to change them.