Clicking "Settings" from the left-hand navigation menu will bring you to the Admin Settings page. From here, you can configure a number of elements of your OS.
In this section, we're going to focus on Integrations and Widgets. You may have already gone through this process during the first run experience, but in case you didn't we'll run through it again.
From this page you can integrate Slack, Hipchat, and set up the project creation widget to work with your website. For the "Homepage URL", make sure you put the top-level URL (for example, https://businessmanindustries.com) even if you intend to put the widget on a specific page within your website such as "businessmanindustries.com/services".
Sorry to let you down, but "businessmanindustries.com" is not a real website. If it were, however, I could now take the string of code under "Project Widget" and paste it where I like on my own site. This would create a button which, when clicked, would bring up an easy way for my customers to create their own projects.
To set up the Slack and Hipchat integrations, you'll need special codes from the respective services. For Slack, that's the webhook, which you can find here.
Create a channel which you'd like your MakerOS feed to go into, then select that channel from the drop-down menu on the Slack Incoming Webhooks page and click "Add Incoming Webhooks Integration". This will provide you with a Webhook URL which you can copy and paste in your OS.
Getting the Hipchat API key is a little more involved. If you're not the admin of your business' Hipchat account, I'd recommend asking them for help. Otherwise, check out the Hipchat API documentation here.
If you have any questions, drop us a line at email@example.com and we'll be happy to help! Otherwise, once you're complete, click "Save & Continue" to make sure that everything is stored, and then click "Settings" from the left-hand navigation menu to return to the full list of settings.