Get started with JMango360 Back Office

Get started with JMango360 Back Office

JMango360 Back Office is the password-protected back office where you configure and design your app and perform other administrative tasks. It consists of two areas:
  1. Orchard: Where you manage your account, subscription, and other administrative tasks
  2. JMango360 App Management: Where you manage the settings and design of each app you create


From the side menu in Orchard, you can:
  1. Manage your account: My Account > Edit Profile
  2. Log out: My Account > Log Out
  3. View publish requests: Support > Status of Publishing Request
  4. Manage customers: If you are JMango360 partner, you can click Manage Customers in the side menu to manage your customers

In Orchard > App > My Apps, all the apps created under your account are placed. You can:

  1. Select an app: Click the big icon next to the app name to go to JMango360 App Management to set up and design the app
  2. View app analytics: Hover over an app > Analytics
  3. Manage push message: Hover over an app > Push Message
  4. Submit a publish request: Hover over an app > Publish App
  5. Deploy a PWA: Hover over a PWA > Deploy PWA 
  6. Manage subscription: Hover over an app > Subscription Management
  7. Delete unwanted apps: Click the hamburger button to the right of an app > Delete App

JMango360 App Management

After selecting an app in Orchard, you are taken to JMango360 App Management where you can do the following:
  1. Set up an app: On the navigation bar click the Settings module
  2. Design an app: On the navigation bar click the Design module
  3. Provide App Store information: On the navigation bar click the App Store Info module
  4. Submit a publish request: On the navigation bar click the Publish module
  5. Deploy a PWA: On the navigation bar click the Deploy module
  6. Visit app dashboard: On the navigation bar click the Dashboard module where you can view app summary, app analytics, mobile order, devices that have your app installed, send and schedule push messages, manage billing information

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