You can view the settings for your Gauge account.
On the Settings page, you can change your account's timezone. When creating a deployment, your account timezone will determine when the assessment will be deployed to students.
The Settings page also includes an option to sort users by full name or sortable name. Full names and sortable names will display in the same format that is set in Canvas. If an account uses a Sortable Name format other than “Last Name, First Name”, users will be sorted by “Last Name, FIrst Name” by default until Gauge has been relaunched in Canvas.
You can also manage user roles and registered applications.
Open Settings Page
Click the Settings link.
To change the timezone for your account, click the Timezone drop-down menu  and select the option for your timezone .
Manage User Sorting
To manage user sorting, click the Sort Users By drop-down menu . This setting manages how users are sorted throughout Gauge.
To sort users by full name, select the Full Name option . To sort users by sortable name, click the Sortable Name option .
View User Roles
In User Roles Settings, you can view the role types in your account , the effect each role has on assessments , and the number of active users assigned to each role .
You can also view how each role is assigned . Teacher and student roles can only be assigned by SIS enrollments. The admin role can be inherited from Canvas or assigned manually. By default, the Inherit administrator role from Canvas option will be enabled .
To add a custom role to the account, click the Add Custom Role button .
Manage Admin Role
To manage admin roles, click the Inherit administer role from Canvas button so the option is turned off . Then click the Manage button .
View the admins for your Gauge instance . You can also view the email address  and ID number for each admin .
To revoke admin rights for a user, click the Revoke button for the user .
View Registered Applications
In Registered Application Settings, you can view the name  and details  for each registered application. Details include a client ID  and secret key  that can be used by the application owner to get access to the Gauge account's API.
Learn how to create a registered application.