Projects Overview

Learn how to use projects in Concord, which are typically used to separate your different domains and apps.

Understanding Projects

  • Concord uses Projects as the basic unit of deployment and configuration.
  • Most organizations will create a Project for each unique website they own.
  • Most companies will generally use a single domain per Project, although it’s possible you will have several different websites that require similar Consent and Compliance configurations.
  • When logging into Concord’s Admin User Interface (UI) for the first time, you will be guided through a Project Setup Wizard where you will create your organization’s first Project.
  • If you have a test, development, and/or QA version of your site, you may wish to create a project for each of these site versions.
  • You can switch Projects from any screen within the Project Setup module via a drop-down Project selector box on the top left of the window.
  • From the Projects section in the Admin UI you will be able to:
    · Add additional Projects.
    · View Project details.
    · Edit existing Projects.
    · Archive Projects.
  • Export the list of Projects to a CSV file for internal auditing and workflow processes.
  • For more information on adding or editing Projects, see these articles:
    · Adding Projects
    · Managing Projects

Viewing Project Details

1. Click on the Project Settings drop-down menu and choose Projects.

From this screen you will be able to view Project details such as:

  • Project Name
  • Status
  • Send From Email
  • Notification Email(s)

2. To view additional Project details, click on the + to the left of your desired Project.

This expanded view will display Project details such as:

  • Organization ID
  • Project ID
  • Date Created
  • Date Updated
  • Data Systems