• Name - The first three rows identify the name of a person at your company licensed to use Gopher. A user name on the User tab must have an identical name in a profile record in the Gopher database that the user is pointed to in the white box to the right of the database button. If there is no matching name in a profile record of the targeted Gopher database, this user will not be able to print memos or fax covers or send out resumes or mass emails. The names of the individuals at your company licensed to use Gopher can only be changed by a representative of BlackDog Recruiting Software, Inc.
• User ID - The fourth row defines that person’s user ID. The user ID is used to log into Gopher and is used to define ownership of records, notes, etc. in Gopher. The user ID’s may be changed by the user.
Note: Gopher has a user name Gopher 2008 and the user ID of GO4. These cannot be changed. The database that Gopher is pointed to is the one that gets updated when changes are made to Codes, Keywords and Captions. For this reason, it is very important that the database that the GO4 user is pointed to is your production database.
• Active - If Active is marked Yes, this user has the ability to log into Gopher. If Active is marked No, this user is unable to log into Gopher. Click in the Active box to display the Yes/No options.
• Licensee – The Licensee is the name of the company that owns the Gopher licenses. This name appears in the subject line of emailed resumes. The names of the licensee can only be changed by a representative of BlackDog Recruiting Software, Inc.