If you have many plug-in users, you might want to ensure that these users check with a consistent set of settings. Acrolinx includes several features that you can use to configure many settings on behalf of your users. These settings include check settings such as the type of issues to check, as well as filter and segmentation settings. If these settings are already configured, your users do not have to think about choosing the right settings. All they need to do is connect to the right server and start running checks.
You can use the following features to configure the Acrolinx settings for your organization:
Checking profiles provide you with a powerful way to define multiple sets of settings for different groups of users. Checking profiles are most suitable for large organizations with over 100 plug-in users. If you find that checking profiles are too complex for your requirements, you can also switch to the model user feature at any time.
For more information about checking profiles, see the topic " Setting up Checking Profiles - First Steps ".
The model user feature is a simpler alternative to working with checking profiles. This feature provides you with a way to define one set of settings for all plug-in users. The model user feature is most suitable for medium-size organizations with between 10 and 100 plug-in users who all work with the same settings. If you start to use multiple sets of settings, you can still switch to working with checking profiles later.
For more information about the model user feature, see the topic " Configuring a Model User ".
Server-side extraction is useful for customized Acrolinx integrations where it is not possible to configure filter and segmentation settings in a user interface. You can define one set of extraction settings for each document type in your organization. You can also use server-side extraction in combination with checking profiles.
For more information about server-side extraction, see the topic " Server-Side Extraction ".