guideEnvironments management

To work with CKEditor Cloud Services, you need to create an environment. Environments allow you to create access credentials, manage webhooks, configure features and connect to CKEditor Cloud Services.

# Managing environments

In order to manage your environments, you should log in to the CKEditor Ecosystem customer dashboard.

“Your products” section in the sidebar lists your active product subscriptions. Select the subscription you want to manage and press the “Manage” link.

Your trials view.

# Creating a new environment

To create a new environment, click the “Create a new environment” button.

“Create a new environment” button.

The modal will show up and will prompt for a name of the new environment. Provide the name and click the “Save” button.

Environment name prompt.

The newly created environment will be present on the list of environments.

Environments list.

# Removing an environment

From the list of environments select the one that you want to remove and click the “Remove” button in the “Actions” column.

Remove action button for the environment.

The modal will show up and will prompt for a confirmation of the environment. Confirm by clicking the “Remove” button.

Environment removal prompt.

# Managing access credentials

# Creating access credentials

From the list of environments select the one that you want to manage.

Environments list.

Go to the “Access credentials” tab and click the “Create a new access key” button.

The “Create a new access key” button.

The modal will show up and will prompt for a name for the new access key. Provide the name and click the “Save” button.

Access key name prompt.

The newly created access key will be present on the list of access keys.

Access keys list with hidden key.

The value of the new access key will be hidden. To show the value, click the “Show” button in the “Actions” column.

Access keys list with visible key.

For your safety, the access key value will disappear in a few seconds. You will be able to display it again by clicking the “Show” button. Make sure to keep the access credentials in a safe place.

# Removing access credentials

From the list of access keys, select the one that you want to remove and click the “Remove” button in the “Actions” column.

Remove action button for the access key.

The modal will show up and will prompt for a confirmation of the access key removal. Confirm by clicking the “Remove” button.

Access key remove prompt.

# Next steps

If you are interested in Easy Image, check Quick start for a short instruction on how to start using Easy Image.

If you are interested in CKEditor 5 Collaboration Features, check Collaboration overview for information on how to enable real-time collaborative editing in your CKEditor 5 build.