When you click on the My preferences link on your account dropdown, you'll see options to view and update. You can manage who can build pipelines in your account. Accounts on enterprise-level plans also have the ability to set what channels can be used in pipelines. For more information see Managing who can build pipelines.
To find and create your Quickbase User Tokens, which are essential to setting up any Pipelines you want integrated to your Quickbase apps, please see User Tokens for more information.
This is a list of all connected accounts. You can view, reconnect, rename, delete, and view the connection settings for each channel.
Your pipeline usage for the last month is displayed. Click Activiy to view the current activity logs for your pipelines.
Use the Pipelines on-premises agent to access and integrate services running in your internal network with Pipelines. If you turn off the agent, the token will refresh.
Note: If you turn off the agent, these settings refresh, which means you should repair the agent installation if you accidentally stop and start the agent from the settings page, as the token (which get refreshed) is given to the agent on installation time and the agent will stop working immediately. If for some reason you lose control of a machine with an installed agent, this is the way to revoke it’s access remotely.
See On-Premises Connectivity for more information.
Tech Support Access
Allow Quickbase Technical Support representatives to access any of your pipelines. Click Allow CSR access to allow a Tech Support person to have access to your pipelines.