Site Administration

Site Administration


In Site admin, site administrators can perform various tasks relating to the management and organization of user accounts, courses, site wide reports, integrations, branding and badges. The most important site admin actions when getting started with your Pluto LMS are described here and the included links will provide more information on the task. 


You can create and manage user accounts and data. 

You can update various user preferences and default settings for your site (e.g. messaging, notifications, etc.). 

You can assign and update user roles to give user different capabilities on your LMS. 

You can create and manage site branches and branch automations

Privacy and policy settings:
You can add policies to your site and manage your privacy settings.  

You can create custom user tours to give users a step-by-step guide to various areas of your Pluto LMS site.


Create and manage categories and courses. 

Learning paths:
Enable and set up competency frameworks as an alternative/additional means of assessment in your courses. 


Site reports:
The 360 Overview reporting dashboard provides an overview of your most important site metrics.

You can create custom reports with the custom reporting module. 

Auditing reports allow you to stay aware and informed of what is happening on your site.

Manage current machine learning models or create new custom models to gain valuable insights and predictions on site metrics. 


You can set up a connection with the available video conferencing tool of your choice.

You can set up an OAuth 2 service (pre-configured or custom) to connect an external app with your Pluto LMS via SSO. 

External sources:
You can connect external repositories to your Pluto LMS or manage LTI tools to share or embed content from other learning management tools/systems.

You can connect your Pluto LMS with thousands of the most popular apps to automate your work without the need to use code by setting up a connection with Zapier

You can create and manage tokens and set up API connections. 

You can set up payment gateways to provide your users with flexible payment options in order to be enrolled in a course.


You can customize your site's logo, favicon, brand colour and much more by updating your primary (site) and secondary theme branding settings. 

Configure how your site's home page and front page (login page) will be displayed to logged in and non-logged in users.

You can set up a custom domain for your LMS. 


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