The Settings feature is divided into 'Administration' and 'Preferences' sub-features and enables you to add and permission other users in your organization. You can also change security settings to your liking.


The Administration sub-feature of Settings provides a detailed view of every admin in your organization. From this page you can add new members, assign roles to your members, and disable members accounts.

There are two tiers of ALTR Administrators as shown in figure 2.

  • Administrators: Individuals in this role can perform any action in ALTR except create  Super Administrators or update organization preferences. This role can be disabled by a Super Administrator.
  • Super Administrators: Individuals in this role can perform any action in ALTR. This role defaults to the first user in the organization.

Adding Administrators and Super Administrators

To add administrators, click Add New in the upper right corner of the page. See figure 1.

Administrators are able to add additional admins by setting their first and last name, email account, and phone number. Once added, new admins will receive an email prompting them to activate their ALTR account. These accounts will automatically be added into your organization in ALTR.

Figure 1. Add New button
Figure 2. Administrator roles


You can manage your preferences based on these options: User, Organization and API.

User Preferences

This feature allows you to update your password and two-factor authentication settings.

Figure 3. Preferences page for users

Organization Preferences

Registered domains allow you to limit the domains associated with your user's login information. You can also set two-factor authentication settings for the entire organization and configure S3 buckets to export data from ALTR. Click here to learn more about s3 buckets.

Figure 4. Organization Preferences

API Preferences

Manage API preferences and create new API keys. You can use management API to configure ALTR programmatically. Click here to view our management API docs.

Figure 5. API preferences

First section of content