Account settings

Understanding the Quickwork Journey Builder. Quickwork is a no-code, API-based SaaS platform with pre-integrated apps to automate business and consumer workflows.

Quickwork Journey Builder gives you the privilege to view the profile along with the account GDPR compliances and the subscription plan that you are using. Once you’ve created an account, click on your profile name located at the top right-hand side corner of the screen. Click the Account Settings option from the drop-down menu. The Account Settings window will be in front of you:

Figure 1: The Account Settings window

In the Account Settings window, you can see your profile image, account name, email ID, and the number of transactions (credits) used in your account.

What is a transaction?

A complete end-to-end flow of a journey is regarded as one transaction. Each time a journey is triggered, it is considered as one transaction even if a journey fails, succeeds, or remains in a pending state—no matter how many steps you have in any given journey.

For example, you have a journey that fetches a message from Facebook Messanger and forwards it as an email to a Gmail account. Right from listening to messages on Facebook Messenger to sending each of them as an individual email, the complete journey execution counts as one transaction.

Quickwork allots you the transactional credits as per the plan you have opted for. The Account Settings window has six options on the left-hand side panel:

  1. Profile

  2. Change Password

  3. Team Invites

  4. Subscription

  5. Export Account

  6. Delete Account

  7. Invoice

Profile

By default, the Profile tab is selected which displays your personal information such as name, profile image, and language preference. As of now, Quickwork Journey Builder supports English, Espanol, Japanese and German language:

Figure 2: The profile tab

Change Password

Switch to the Change Password tab to change your account password. By specifying the old password and confirming the new one will do the work for you. Ensure you click the Save button at each change:

Figure 3: The Change Password tab

Team Invites

This tab shows a list of team invitations you have been requested to join for. It shows the team name, the role you have been assigned, and the date and time stamp of the invitation:

Figure 4: The Team Invites tab

Subscription

This option highlights the current subscription plan you are holding for Quickwork Journey Builder:

Figure 5: The Subscriptions tab

To know about the complete subscription plan of Quickwork Journey Builder, click the pricing page link:

Figure 6: The subscription plan

This pricing plan covers a range of subscriptions beneficial to beginners, intermediates, and expert users across all the industry-domains. These plans can be billed monthly and annually supporting the worldwide currency. Each plan comes with a certain amount of transactional credits and a bunch of features benefiting businesses. These credits and feature sets keep increasing as the subscription plan moves higher.

Export Account

This option lets you export the logs of journeys executed, detailed history of the execution (success or failure), information of the inputs, and so on. Clicking the Export Account button will send a request to our admin developer. The exported data will be available in the next 7 working days in the CSV format:

Figure 7: The Export Account tab

Delete Account

Unlike exporting, you can raise a request to delete your Quickwork Journey Builder account. This will erase all the journeys, folders, data logs, connection information, execution history, journey versions, etc. in the next 7 working days:

Figure 8: The Delete Account tab

Invoice

The Invoice tab is visible to users who have selected either of the subscription plans of Quickwork Journey Builder i.e., Starter, Pro, Business, and Enterprise:

Figure 9: The Invoice tab

By clicking the View Invoice button, you'll be redirected to the Billing window. This window displays the current subscription plan you are using, the credit card details using which you have made the payment for the subscription plan, and the history showing the date at which you have chosen the plan:

Figure 10: The billing window