Before the recent change to Autodesk ID single sign-on, PLM 360 administrators had ultimate power to modify and maintain the profile data of all users in the system. Now that Autodesk IDs control access to PLM 360, each user is solely in charge of their personal information, managed through their Autodesk ID profile.
As a user of PLM 360, therefore, it falls on you to make sure personal details are correct in your Autodesk ID profile, which, in turn ensures your user information in PLM 360 is up-to-date. You are now the sole master of your kingdom!
So, why not take a look at your Autodesk ID profile, and make sure everything is as it should be. To do this, you’ll need to go to https://accounts.autodesk.com and sign in with the same credentials as you now sign in to PLM 360 with. Select the option to edit your profile and you’ll then be able to update your information or add a profile picture. For example, you could change your job title if you’ve recently been promoted …
Make sure you leave your email address as it is, otherwise you may not be able to sign back in to PLM 360. If your email address is wrong, you’ll need to talk to your PLM 360 system administrator first. And, of course, don’t forget to save your new details.
Making sure these details are correct in your Autodesk ID profile ensures they are also accurate in PLM 360, and this will help your fellow PLM 360 users when they need to contact you, to congratulate you on that recent promotion, for example!