TCP has system-level configuration options that are accessible by clicking on your profile image in the top-right corner.
The following options can be configured by those with the system rights to do so:
- Default current for new projects is as it sounds and will be applied to all new projects. Projects can update their default current as required.
- The Locale refers to all date, number and money formats. For example, in Canada the date is DD/MM/YY whereas in the United States it is MM/DD/YY. Australian numbers are expressed with commas and decimals, like 1,156.43 whereas in Spain the same number would be 1.156,43. American currency is expressed with commas and decimals, like $3,456.43 whereas in France the same number would be €3.456,43.
- Level of notification detail defines how often users will be notified of field level changes. If set to high, users will receive notification of all field changes. If set to medium then users will receive notifications for changes of fields defined at medium and high levels of importance. This is customizable at the project-level through the Project Options icon.
- Maximum number of notifications for field change to show helps you to manage your notifications box on a busy project, and also avoids you receiving an avalanche of notifications after a period of absence. Notification are archived on a FIFO (first in first out) basis.
- Number of days after which a field change notification will not appear in the notification bar is an overly wordy way of asking, how many days until the notification is automatically archived.
- Level of granularity for text comparison refers to change requests and other 'change tracked' text. If you want to highlight the entire sentence for text changes, choose 'sentence', otherwise 'word' is the default and is recommended for the additional precision it provides in showing exactly where the change has been made.