These are the various settings for admin users to configure their workspaces.
To access the settings page, go to Administration > Workspace > Settings.
Accounts: Common Rocket.Chat user account settings such as anonymous reads, usernames, passwords, and email modifications can be configured under Accounts.
CAS: Learn how to configure Central Authentication Service to allow members to use one set of credentials to sign in to multiple sites over multiple protocols.
Conference Call: Choose Pexip or Jitsi as conference call providers for your Rocket.Chat workspace while enabling any for direct messages, private and public rooms, and teams.
Device management: Become familiar with configuring security and access control rules for your workspace.
Discussion: Learn how to configure whether users can accept invitations to join particular talks from other channels.
E2E Encryption: Discover how to turn on end-to-end encryption to maintain the confidentiality of user communications.
Email: Learn how to configure how broadcast email template formats are sent from your Rocket.Chat server.
File Upload: Configure the type of storage and turn on or off user-document upload on your workspace server.
Layout: Under the Layout option, you can personalize the appearance of your Rocket.Chat workspace by specifying various colors or providing custom CSS.
LDAP: Learn how to configure Lightweight Access Directory Protocol so that no one can access or cannot access information about your server or business.
Logs: Learn to configure how server logs are received, the log level, and other essential log settings.
Message: Message settings such as message pinning, starring, deleting, and others can be found under the Message option.
Meta: Enable better search engine optimization (SEO) for your Rocket.Chat server by providing custom metadata for your instance.
Mobile: Check how you can help users using Rocket.Chat mobile app to save files to the device storage while enforcing biometrics, pin, or Face ID to gain access to your workspace.
OAuth: Ensure that users of your workspace can connect to it using third-party authentication providers such as Facebook, GitHub, Google, Apple, and more.
Omnichannel: Explore the Omnichannel option to talk to your clients from Rocket.Chat without the need to install the messaging apps they are using, such as WhatsApp.
OTR: Under off-the-record chats, enable private, encrypted messaging in direct discussions, which are also deleted when conversations are finalized.
Rate Limiter: Limit network traffic and potential bot attacks on your Rocket.Chat server by limiting the number of hits on the server within a specified timeframe.
Retention Policy: Learn to configure whether to enable the automatic removal of old messages and files across your workspace.
SAML: Enable using the Security Assertion Markup Language standard to exchange authentication and authorization information.
Setup Wizard: Learn how to provide specific details about your Rocket.Chat workspace, such as the company name, type, and size.
SMS: Discover how to enable, choose, and configure any SMS gateway providers, which are Twilio, Mobex, or Vortelesys, to use for your workspace.
Threads: You can find out how to enable message threads on specific conversations in your workspace.
Troubleshoot: Learn how to configure how error correction should be handled in your Rocket.Chat workspace.
User Data Download: The ability for workspace users to download data can be controlled, and you can find it under
User Data Download.
WebDav Integration: Learn how to enable your workspace users to add, edit, and delete files on a WebDAV server.
WebRTC: Discover how to enable real-time communication to ensure the transmission of audio/video data and other data among browsers.