Cloud V2 for Administrators
- New Features
- Searching with Coveo Cloud
- Logging in to Coveo Cloud
- What Do You Want to Do?
- Content - Section
- Search - Section
- Machine Learning - Section
- Analytics - Section
- Organization - Section
- Manage Organization Settings
- Review Events Related to Specific Administration Console Resources
- About Backups
- Monitoring the Coveo Cloud V2 Availability
- Supported Browsers
- Supported Languages
- User Notifications
- Logging Out of Coveo Cloud
- Administration Console Header
- Navigating the Administration Console Using a Keyboard
- Management of Security Identities and Item Permissions
- Coveo Cloud V2 SAML SSO
- Troubleshooting Querying Issues
- IPs to Whitelist
- Coveo Index Items
- Supported File Formats
- Indexing by Reference
- About the Coveo Cloud HIPAA Platform
- GDPR Compliance FAQ
- Security FAQ
- Application Change Control Process
Coveo Cloud V2 Administration Console
You use the administration console, a web application, to manage your Coveo Cloud V2 organization. Depending on your privileges (see Privilege Management and Privilege Reference), you can perform various tasks such as managing the content of your organization (see Manage Sources) and reviewing usage analytics data (see Coveo Cloud Usage Analytics).
The Coveo Cloud V2 administration console is only available in English.
The administration console is organized into five sections (see Logging in to Coveo Cloud V2). The following table briefly describes the content of each section.
Section Description Content Allows Coveo Cloud V2 organization members to bring content (with manageable fields, i.e., metadata) to the organization, manage scripts that customize the way source items are included, and review security identity providers that secure your content. Along the process, you can use the Content Browser search feature to ensure content and security are as expected (see Search - Section). Search Allows administrators and relevance managers1 to optimize search results relevance and search experience in general, and manage hosted search pages (see Search). Machine Learning Allows administrators and relevance managers1 to manage machine learning models, and evaluate their effectiveness and learning process. Analytics Allows administrators and analytics managers1 to monitor and measure the usage of their Coveo search solution (see Coveo Cloud Usage Analytics). Organization Allows administrators to manage the organization accesses (groups, members, and API keys) and review the organization activity (see Organization - Section).
Note 1: See Built-In Groups for further information about the built-in user groups.
The administration console header is organized in four sections: the organization picker, the member identification drop-down menu, the information center, and the organization settings.
The organization picker indicates the organization that you are managing with the administration console. When you have access to more than one organization, you can switch between organizations while remaining logged in to Coveo Cloud V2 by selecting the desired organization in the Organization drop-down menu.
Next to the organization picker, the member identification drop-down menu (where your name and email address appear) allows you to access your User Notifications panel and to log out of the administration console (see User Notifications and Logging Out of Coveo Cloud V2).
The information center drop-down menu contains links to various resources.
In the top right corner, the Settings icon () brings you to your organization Settings panel (see Manage Coveo Cloud Organization Settings). The panel displays information on your organization such as the types of sources you can create, the license expiration date, and the license limits.
Under the administration console menu, the general status bar presents the state of your Coveo Cloud V2 organization and the Coveo Cloud V2 Systems (see Status).
Access the administration console of your Coveo Cloud V2 organization (see Logging in to Coveo Cloud V2).