You can customize the user interface to change the terminology used for any screen or dialog box. For example, you may want the application to refer to "technicians" rather than "drivers", or change the wording on a particular dialog box or report. This customization works at the organization level: an administrator of the account sets up any terminology customizations, and all users of the account see those customizations.
Support for customizing the user interface is not enabled for all accounts. If this is a feature you want to add to your account, speak to your support representative.
Changes made using this screen do not take effect until the next time you (or a subuser) logs in.
From the Tasks section of the navigation bar choose Terminology to open the Terminology screen.
Use the Terminology screen to specify which customizations are made to the words used in the user interface. This screen is available to an administrator of the account. The terminology screen lets you select a word or phrase that appears in the user interface, and specify an alternative word or phrase that should be used instead. Depending on your account, you may be able to specify a different translation for each word, one for every language that is supported.
There are two types of terminology replacements you can specify:
Replacements of a word or phrase that appears in a specific screen or dialog box. To specify these types of customizations, use the Replace Once tab.
Replacements of all appearances of a particular word or phrase, wherever they occur. To specify these types of customizations, use the Replace Everywhere tab.
Depending on the configuration of your account you may also have a Custom Translations tab.
To use the column picker menu to save your preferred grid order, click the header drop-down arrow, then select the Save Visible Columns, Save Sort Order, or Save Column Order check boxes, or any combination of these. When you next sign in, the layout you choose is retained.