Adding / Managing Users

In this article:

  • Overview of the Accounts Menu
  • Instructions on how to invite a new user to an account
  • Overview of user roles


Go to Account > Users to view a table of users with access to the selected account. The table displays the following information:

  • Name - the name of the user
  • Role - admin/user
  • Email - email address of the user which is used to login
  • Last Login - timestamp denoting the last time the user logged in
  • Date Created - timestamp denoting the date that the user was created
  • Action - providing the ability for an admin to change the password or remove the user


Invite a new User

As an administrator, you can invite a new user including assigning privileges.

  • Navigate to Account > Users
  • Click New User


  • Insert the email address(es) of the user(s) you wish to invite
  • Provide a role:
    • Administrator - full access
    • Advanced User (default) - has full access except billing, user management, and account configuration (see user roles)
    • Basic User - has restricted access - cannot view other user's messages, edit contacts, edit templates or export resources
  • Sub Accounts
    • This option is only available if you are working from the parent account (top-level)
      • Select one or more sub-accounts for the user to access
    • If you are working from a sub-account, the user will only have access to that sub-account
  • Click Send Invitation

 

An email invitation is sent to each of the recipients detailing the account(s) to which you are providing access including the URL and email address they are required to use to login. The user must click the 'Accept Invitation Now' link contained within the email to register successfully. A user is marked as Pending in the Users table until they accept the invitation, create their profile and login for the first time.



A user with access to multiple accounts can access the accounts from the account dropdown menu located in the header bar of the web portal.

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