Now that the plugin is installed you’ll want to head over to the settings and start getting things set up. This section runs through the settings pages of the plugin.
The settings of the Jetpack CRM expand depending on which extensions you have enabled. Additional settings are also shown as we add new features to the core.
This page will cover the main settings which people ask about.
The WordPress override puts your own logo on the WordPress login page and hides the WordPress header and WordPress dashboard for Users with Jetpack CRM roles.
You can also choose to disable the front end. This will take anyone who visits your domain directly to the login page.
File Attachment Settings
Finally, the last setting block on the settings page is the ‘File Attachment Settings’. You can control which file types are allowed to be added to your CRM. As the administrator, you’re in control. A customer manager role would not see these settings and only be able to upload the file types you permit.
The custom fields section lets you edit the options of where people have been sourced from as well as adding new custom fields to the quotes or invoice pages.
Once you have added Custom Fields you can then arrange them using the Field Sorts section. This section also allows you to hide default fields from the edit customer page.
Each of the fields can be dragged-and-dropped to order them as you like. Any custom fields which you’ve added will also show up in the list with (Custom Field) after it.