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User Settings

Configure your profile to get the best experience of Artifakt.
You can access your account settings by clicking on your profile picture in the top right corner of the screen and select Settings. From this menu you can also access Support, find out your current IP or log out.
Opening account settings

Personal Profile

The profile gathers your profile picture, username (not editable), email (not editable), first name, last name and position.
User profile
Please note that:
  • If you wish to modify your profile picture, only JPG and PNG formats are allowed. Also, image size must be less than 1MB.
  • You can not change your email address as it is used to identify your account.

Settings Management


All dates and times displayed in Artifakt use to the timezone defined for your account. You can change it at any time from the Settings tab of your account settings.


When an environment is created and available online, you have the possibility, if you are authorised to do so, to initiate an SSH connection to the different instances. In order to securely connect to the platform, you need to configure a valid public SSH key for the environment (Environment → Settings → Access). Learn more about SSH Access here.
SSH key added in Artifakt:
  • Must be the public key.
  • The format should be RSA (including -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- and -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY----- delimiters for the private key).
  • No passphrase needed for the key.
If you later want to access another environment using SSH, you will have to configure a valid public SSH key again for this specific environment. To avoid this repetitive task, you can enter your public SSH key in the Settings tab of your account settings. This way, Artifakt will automatically configure your SSH access for any new environment to which you have access.
Filling in a public SSH key in your account settings is not a retroactive action. You will still have to configure the existing environments one by one. Only new environments will benefit from the key saved in your account settings.
If you don't have an SSH key pair yet, you can generate one from a Terminal by executing the following command:
$ ssh-keygen -m PEM -t rsa -b 2048 -C "[email protected]"
For more details about creating an SSH key pair, please refer to the complete GitHub documentation.

Delete Account

If you wish to delete your personal account, please contact our Support team.