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Manage player accounts that can store their inventory, progression, files, and more. All safely accessible from the cloud.
The Player Manager can be reached by click on the player icon on left side bar of the web console.
The player manager will automatically load your most recent players. You can search for your players in the Player Manager by entering a players platform ID (SteamID, PSN ID etc) or their Public UID in the search field and clicking the Search button.
Click the View button on a search profile to load the Player Page.
The Player Page displays all relevant information of the player you have selected including their assets, orders, and storage.
You can find basic information about the player at the top of the Player Page. This area includes the following information:
- Name: The Player’s profile name they set in the first party platform. Clicking on the name will take you to the platform’s player page (if available)
- Avatar: The Player’s avatar they set in the first party platform (if available)
- Public UID: A public identifier used by players to identify themselves
- Player ID: An identifier used within the APIs
- First Seen: The date on which the player first played your game
- Last Seen: The most recent date when the player played your game
- Currencies: The total values of currencies the player has in their account
Set if the player’s profile is visible to the public or not. This affects integrations such as Steam Inventories and Marketplace. Neither will work for the player if the player’s profile is set to private.
Click the Delete Profile button to anonymize the player account. This operation cannot be reversed.
The platforms field will display all platform accounts linked to this player profile.
The inventory section of the Player Page lists all assets within the player’s inventory and the date that the Asset was added to the inventory. The inventory can be searched and assets can be quickly viewed through their corresponding link.
Click the Give Asset button in order to manually add an asset to the player's profile. Clicking this brings up a window that allows you to search through all of your game’s assets.
An asset purchased using in-game currency can be refunded by clicking the Refund button. This will remove the asset from the player's inventory and refund the currency amount paid for it to the player's wallet.
The Orders section of the Player Page lists all asset grants that have taken place within the player’s inventory. These orders can be from store purchases or other events where the player has had an asset added to their inventory. Each order can be inspected to view the full details of the order. Orders with a green value indicate the player has received assets and/or currency in their order. Orders with a red value indicates the player has spent currency to purchase an asset.
The Storage section of the Player Page displays all Key/Value pairs that are stored by your game in relation to the player. New Key/Value pairs can be created by clicking the Add Storage button. Existing pairs can be edited or deleted, or made public and readable by other players.
The Progression section of the Player Page lets you view the amount of XP the player has earned in your progression system. Here you can also add XP to the player's progression by clicking the Add button. You can also Reset the player's progression by clicking the Reset XP button.
The Leaderboards section of the Player Page shows you which leaderboard the currently selected player has submitted scores in. The menu displays the Leaderboard Name, ID, the player's Rank in the leaderobard, and their score entry.
In this menu you can also edit or delete individual entries the player has made to different leaderboards.
To remove the player from all leaderboards, click the Remove Player From All Leaderboards button. This action is not reversible.
The Files section of the Player Page shows you which files have been uploaded to the player's profile. Files can be used to store specific player config files or save game files in case you want to use LootLocker as a cloud save service.