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Installing and updating modules

You can manage the modules available in your system using the Backoffice
After you are logged into the Backoffice, click the Modules option on the left menu. After you do it you will be presented with a list of modules. You can see which modules are installed in your system and also the ones which have updates available. If you have custom modules they will be listed here as well.
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You can browse the list or use the filters above to search modules. When you find the module you want to install/update, just click on it. This will take you to a page with the module details:
Module details
As you see, this page will show you a brief description of the module, usage statistics in your system, and a list of the individual components inside this module. To install the module in your system, just click on the Install module button. There's also a button for downloading the component. When clicked, your browser will download the module as a zip file.
If the module is installed on your system, you will see a remove button, and if the module has a newer version available, there will be also an update button.
If the installation is successful, you will see this:

Configuring the module

When you install a module, it is not visible to all your users (unless a generic ACL rule is in the system). And some of the modules require configuration (OAuth usually).
This is what it looks like, when you install the Slack module, for example:
At the top, you can see, that the module has no configuration yet, with a link to the documentation, where you will find information, on how to configure it.
The module may not be visible to users, because the proper ACL rule has not been created yet. You can see the table of all the ACL rules that apply to this module. Once you configure the module and test it (with a tester or admin account), you can make it visible to all users in the system, by hitting the ADD ACL RULE FOR USERS button.