Editing a User Login

Editing a User Login

To Edit a User Login, you will need to go to the Account the user is in. Scroll Down to the Users section, then click on Edit

You may change whatever info you need to change for the user.

If you wish to restrict the user to a particular Site or have him see only the site he has under that account, click on the "Restrict to Specific Sites" button

Once there, you may select a single site

Or multiple sites
Hold the Ctrl Button on your Keyboard and select a Site to select Multiple Sites

If you wish for your User to only be able to see the dashboard and not make changes to it, you may set their Red Only Restiction to Restricted

You may also Disable or re-Enable a User's Access whenever you want

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