ℹ️ This page describes how to evaluate the new application that you generated using AI Assistant (opens in a new tab).
A few minutes after you finish the AI Assistant, you'll receive an email with a link to your application. On the homepage, you will find the application's name, a short description, and buttons for registration and login.
On the bottom left, you find an icon showing your user roles and stories. It helps to understand what the application is doing.
Start your discovery by signing up using the upper "register" button. During the registration, you'll be asked for an account name, typically the name of the user's organization or company. Once this is done, you'll see the dashboard of the application. Your current role is shown on the top right side. At the moment, you are the owner of this new account.
On the left side navigation, you see distinct entities of your application. For instance, if you generated an application that is about "Restaurant management", then the navigation will contain items like "Restaurant", "Table", " Menus" etc.
Feel free to look around. Behind every navigation item, you find a table that shows the data. You can click on the "create" button and add some data. There is typically a main entity that you should add. In our example, it's the "Restaurant" and you should add at least one record here.
When you are done, click on "Invites" and invite another user to your account. Select a role that makes sense for you. For instance, in the restaurant example, you would like to invite a "Waiter" to your account. When this is done, you can log out of the application.
Then open your email client and accept the invite. Now you are logged in to the same account but with a different role as shown on the top right side.
You may notice that the navigation looks different. That's because this role has different permissions. For instance, as a "Waiter" you cannot edit the restaurant data, but you can manage reservations. If you need help with what to do in your application, you can always read the user stories, which you find on the bottom left side of each page. Look around and create some records. For instance, you may want to add some tables to your restaurant as a waiter.
You can also chat with the other account members or invite other members. When you are done, then log out of the application.
There is a separate registration button if your application has users that don't belong to accounts (often called end-user). In the restaurant example, these would be the guests of restaurants. In this case, you don't create an account during signup.
Again, the main navigation looks different, and you can perform other actions.
Finally, it's worth having a look into your administration backend. Check your emails and find a second email that invites you to ROQ Console. In the Console, you can see all your users and change almost all settings, like roles & permissions, the registration form look, etc.