Each ThinkAutomation Account and User you create must belong to an Organization. ThinkAutomation creates a default Organization record when it is started for the first time. When a users logs into ThinkAutomation they can only see Accounts & Triggers for the Organization that they belong to.
Under most circumstances you should not need to create additional Organizations - unless you have many users and you want to separate them into groups.
You can create Organizations in the Program Options - Organizations tab, or when creating users.
Specify the Organization Name, Domain Name & Default Email address.
The Organization Name & Domain Name must be unique.
You can assign each Organization any number of Constants. A Constant is a name, value pair that you can use as Field Replacements on any of your Trigger Action settings and Account settings.
For example, suppose you create a Constant called 'office365' and assign this the value of your Office 365 server. You can then use this on your ThinkAutomation Account settings:
Unlike Field Replacements, Organization Constants can be used on both Account Properties and Trigger Settings.
See Also: Field Replacements