Editing an individual user

It's easy to manage and make changes to an individual user's information in Bonusly.

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Written by Adrianne Hipsher
Updated over a week ago

Editing an employee's information is easy to do. You can edit things like their name, email address, department, country, username, avatar, and much more! 

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Editing a User's Information

To edit a user's information, head to your "User Management" page. Then, find the user you want to edit and click the pencil icon in their row:

Manage users page showing to click on the pencil icon to edit a user's information.

When you click the pencil icon, you'll see a modal pop-up allowing you to edit: 

The edit user modal expanded to make edits to many fields like name, email, department, allowance boost, username, and more.

You can scroll up and down in the pop-up window. One example of something you can edit is the username. The username is the displayed name seen in the Bonusly home feed and when you go to find someone to recognize. If the username field is blank, it will default to displaying the user's email before the domain portion.

Once you've made your changes, scroll to the bottom of the pop-up window and click the 'Save' button: 

Clicking the save button when all changes have been made to the edit user function.

Why Can't I Edit All of a User's Details?

If you have an HRIS/HRMS integration set up, you may not be able to change certain details, like a user's email address or name. To change this information, you'll need to edit it in your HRIS/HRMS first. 

We sync data from your HRIS/HRMS every night, so you should see any updated information reflected in Bonusly within 24 hours. If you want to refresh this information sooner, visit your Integrations page and find your user management integration for steps on how to sync this manually. 🎉 

Integrations page showing any HRIS/HRMS integrations if applicable.

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