This section will talk you through what Organisational Attributes are and how you manage these. 


Please note, when uploading users by CSV file, it will auto-populate your Organisation Attributes based on the data contained within that file. See Adding Bulk Users to Huler for more details.



What are Organisational Attributes


These are the data tags that you can assign to any of the users in your system. These get assigned when you are creating a user and must be populated first. The table below shows the 12 pre-named options that Huler provides to you:



The data has four column headings:


  1. Attribute - this is the name that we use in the database for this item;
  2. Organisation Value - you can call it what you want if your company has a specific title for this;
  3. Type - this describes the Attribute nature i.e. is it a free text field, date or a list; and
  4. Actions - this allows you to edit an attribute.

Compulsory Attributes

There are three compulsory attributes that must be completed to allow you to create a user and they are as follows:

  1. Email - this is the unique identifier that Huler uses to map a user.
  2. Name - must be in the format of First Name Second Name i.e. there is not a separate box for each name.
  3. Phone - this is to allow multi-factor authentication in the future and doesn't impact a user at this time. If your employee doesn't have a phone number, we suggest you use your main office number.

Optional Attributes

  1. Band - this is an option field and can cover as many bands as you have e.g. Band A, Band A2 etc
  2. Department - this is an option field and can cover as many departments as you have e.g. Finance, Operations etc
  3. Employee ID - text field and 
  4. Gender - this is an option field and can cover the gender types your organisation recognises
  5. Geo - this is an option field and can cover as many geographical areas your organisation operates in e.g Europe, Asia etc 
  6. isManager - Yes or No option only. 
  7. Location - this is an option field and can cover as many locations you have e.g. London, Manchester, New York. 
  8. Role - this is an option field and can cover as many job roles you have e.g. Finance Director, Credit Controller etc.
  9. Start Date - just a date field in the form of dd/mm/yyyy


You cannot add or delete Attributes, only change the name or the options within each attribute where available.

Editing Organisational Attributes

To make changes to the attributes you simply press the three dots under the Actions header. From here you will be greeted with the following screen:

Here you can change:

  • Organisation Value i.e. Location could be changed to City;
  • The list of possible values and their titles - add or delete as required.


Note - if you delete a value here, it won't remove it from any user that has had that applied to them, but you will not be able to select it again when inputting a user manually.