VIDIZMO offers a multi-tenant video platform with independent video Portals for each department. Each portal has complete media and user segregation that provides Portal-level autonomy for defining all Portal management policies, branding, streaming, geographical hosting (in cloud/ on-premise), single sign-on, licensing, etc. to meet department-specific privacy, security and compliance needs. To achieve this, VIDIZMO Portal Settings plays a vital role to customize the Portal according to the business needs.


Note: Only Manager+ roles are able to see the Portal Settings. For more details on user roles, check this article: Understanding User Roles


The Portal Settings comprises of the following tabs:


General: The users can create a unique look for their Portal by setting the Portal title and Description. Read more about it at Understanding General Settings.


Homepage: The Homepage tab constitutes of primary settings for customizing the homepage layout of the Portal. It is the welcoming page where users can view and access featured media, featured Portals, Most Recent, Most Popular and Most Viewed Media within the Portal. For more details, read Understanding Homepage Settings.


Branding: Users can brand their VIDIZMO Portals by adding custom themes, colors, background, logo, images, etc. In addition, you can specify your preferred domain or URL to access your Portal, specify the default language, customized header, etc. For more details, read Understanding Branding Settings.


Library: To manage and control the library page of a portal, a user can set categories, tags, sharing permissions, publishing settings and more. For more details, read Understanding Library Settings.


Privacy: In VIDIZMO, users can define the privacy policy statement for their Portal(s), learn about it here on How to Define Privacy Policy. It also empowers customer organizations to switch on GDPR Compliance within their Account and sub-portals.


Apps: To meet the requirements of businesses, VIDIZMO allows seamless integration with third-party applications for employing Single Sign-On, Tracking, and Support. For more details, read Understanding App Settings.


Account: A user can define the Organizational basic details and monitor their Billing report to track key information such as Portals allowed and consumed in the Account. For more details, read Understanding Account Settings.