5.4 Mass User Changer


fmUsers

fmExpressionEditor


You can update users data in a bulk by helping with Mass Changer tool in the top toolbar. In the drop-down list of context menu you can launch changer option as well:

Mass User Changer


Select some positions to modify details in the appropriate users data or run the Mass changer for all users in the list.


Mass User Changer form

On the initial page of Mass Changer form you can see the option for new line creating.

In the first box choose the field which data should be updated. Depending on the selected position the next boxes should contain the following:

  • 'set to' field - set fixed values for selected field;
Set to field
  • 'replace value' field :
Replace value
 
  • 'use expression' - apply special formula to modify the data by using Expression Editor;
Expression Editor form

You are able to add as many fields to update as you need by using ‘Add Line’ option:


Add Line option

In order to delete unnecessary positions from a list use the buttons for removal opposite each field or hit ‘Clear all’ option to delete all data in the form:

Options for removal

In the top area of Mass Changer form indicate the items you want to update - the ones who have been chosen or all users, registered at your store.


Number of items to update


if available pre-saved configurations , you can easily upload it in the following field:


Open saved configuration

In order to be able to use current configuration during the next Mass Changer operations click on the ‘Save configuration’ option:

Save configuration option

In case you need to delete existing configuration find and use the option for removal from a list or clear all configurations at once after pressing 'Clear List' position.

Delete configuration option

'Preview' button allows check data to be updated in a separate window-form and in case any errors or inaccuracies - return back to the initial page to make necessary corrections.

Preview-back options


To launch Mass Changer operation click on the 'OK' button.


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