The settings tab is where you will configure your general settings such as email, webhooks, base path (subdirectory), etc.
You can configure these email settings in order to get notifications when users request content and when content you've requested is marked available by Plex.
This is the username you use to log in. Most of the time is your actual email or sometimes you can use just the first part without specifying
I think I don't really have to do write what a password is, do I? However, this is the password you use to log in to the email account. Not your Plex password, not your Petio password and not the password to your bank. I really hope you aren't using the same password across those 3 services...
This one is all dependent on who your provider is, if you self host your own email server I hope you know your SMTP server.
The port is again dependent on your provider. Below you can find a table for the most common providers with SMTP server, and their SSL/TLS ports
A base path is helpful if you are wanting to serve Petio behind a reverse proxy using the subdirectory method, otherwise known as a
base path, or
subdirectory. Please see our reverse proxy section for more information and examples.
This setting will determine which login method is used to login to Petio. For the admin panel you will always need a username/password if you don't use Plex oAuth.
However, for the user panel you can specify
Standard Login or
Fast Login. The difference is that with
Fast Login your users will only need to specify their Plex email/username whereas with
Standard Login they will need to use your Plex email/username and password.
Create a new channel or use an existing one.
Give it a
Name and select the
Correct channel then copy
Webhook URL and save.
Go to Petio then Admin panel -> Settings. Scroll down until you find
Webhook URL -> Test -> Save.
Adds the most popular Movies and TV Shows on Plex in the last 30 days based on user plays. It shows up when you click on the Movies/TV section