Admin Dashboard- Part 1


The first section of the Panther admin panel is “Home” . This tab gives you quick access to a few quick links such as follows:

1.Manage Users : Shows info related to all the users signed up to the platform ( Experts and Customers)
2.Manage Listings : Shows info related to all the listings added by the experts
3.Manage Bookings : Shows info related to all the bookings on the platform
4.Manage Courses: Shows info related to all Courses added by experts on the platform
5.View Chats : Allows the admin to view all conversations , happening across the platform
6.Payment Gateway: Allows the admin to setup payment gateway for the platform
7.Manage Commissions: Allows the admin to setup a commission percentage on marketplace/ expert level
8.Payouts: Allows admin to manage the payouts of experts for consultations, courses, sessions
9.Subscribers: Allows admin to manage subscribers of expert/ customer subscriptions
10.Analytics: Helps admin track the performance of the platform
11.Posts: Shows posts/ newsfeed added by experts
12. Advanced: Redirects to dashboard settings


The Get Started Guide is the page that meets you every time you go to your admin panel.
The guide includes steps that will kickstart your marketplace journey and should be done when you have created your marketplace. By doing them you get an understanding of how things work and what you can do with your marketplace.


The Configure section helps you to configure the basic settings of the platform. It includes settings such as:

1. Basic Details: The first step towards setting up your platform is to add basic details of the platform. Basic details include: Adding a marketplace language, Marketplace Name, Slogan, Description and
Search help text ( visible on the search bar of the landing page)

2. Terminologies: Panther gives you the option to change the terminologies of the platform that best suits your Use-Case. Terminologies can be changed for all key features of the platform and can be changed in all languages enabled for the platform.

3. Payment Gateway: In this section, get all the details related to all the payment gateways enabled in the platform and all the currencies enabled in the marketplace since panther supports multiple currencies.
Learn more about Payment Gateways here:

4. Active Campaigns Settings: ACTIVE Campaign is a cloud software platform for small to medium-sized businesses that help them automate marketing tasks and manage contacts.
Configure this section to use Active Campaign for your marketplace.

5. Webhooks and APIs: Webhooks and APIs are a way for a website to provide other applications with real-time information. They deliver data to other applications to get instant data such as data related to expert and customer signups and transactions.
Learn more about Webhooks here:

6. Connect Xero: This section will help your users to get the invoice receipt while they make any transaction on the platform. This is a third-party integration that requires you to add the Client ID or Client Secret key on the Panther admin panel by extracting it from the Xero dashboard.
Learn more about Xero here:

7. Setting up Static Content: Static Content refers to the default content pages that are visible on the platform namely About, How it works, Privacy policy, Terms of Use and are visible in the top bar of the platform for the users.

8. Content Pages: Apart from the default content pages, admins have the option to add as many additional content pages as desired. Content pages can be created to show information like Contact information, Services provided etc.

9. Advertisement: The advertisement option in panther can be used in multiple unique ways but to capture the essence of true functionality we will deep dive in three cases where their usage can be properly understood . It basically is a popup which will appear when someone comes on the platform and can be customised as desired-
i)  It can be used as an announcement
ii)  To promote promotional offers
iii) To promote third party platforms

10. Domain: To make your marketplace completely “white label” and remove all Panther branding, you can start using your own custom domain. Admins to simply choose to connect a prepurchased domain or may also purchase a domain from the platform itself.

11. Instruction texts: This is an info text that can be shown to users in the signup page. There you can give the users instructions for signing up, information like where to get an invite, etc. By default there are no instruction.

12. Deeplinks: Deep links are a type of link that sends users directly to an app instead of a website or a store. They are used to send users straight to specific in-app locations, saving users the time and energy locating a particular page themselves – significantly improving the user experience.

13. Notifications: In-app notifications are messages that app creators can send to users within their app. They’re commonly used to direct users toward points of interest to boost usage, retention, and lifetime value (LTV). Used properly, in-app notifications help users find what they’re looking for and increase their satisfaction.
These notifications can be triggered based on any mixture of segmentation, behavior, or timing, they allow app creators to customize the journey for each user.

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