LoudCrowd User Settings

Understanding User Permissions & Setup

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Written by Rachel Jackson
Updated over a week ago

What are the LoudCrowd User Permissions?

We have two (2) permission levels: Owner and User. Below is an outline of the permission levels.

LOUDCROWD USER PERMISSIONS

How do I set up a new user?

You will only be able to set up a new user if you have Owner status. To add a new user, navigate to the User Management page by following the instructions below:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Users

  2. Click Invite User

  3. Select the permission level you'd like them to receive (Owner or User)

  4. The Invitee will receive an email with a link to create a password and any additional steps required to finish setting up their LoudCrowd account.

LOUDCROWD INVITE USERS

How can I manage my Users?

If you'd like to remove or delete a User, please refer to the steps below:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Users

  2. Click the 3 dots beside the username you'd like to delete

3. Select Remove User

LOUDCROWD REMOVE USERS

Please note: user will not be notified that they have lost access to the platform.

To Update/Change permissions:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Users

  2. Click the Permission Levels dropdown beside the username you'd like to manage

  3. Update permission level to User/Owner

  4. The user will not be notified of updated access as well

LOUDCROWD UPDATE PERMISSIONS

Frequently Asked Questions:

Does the invitation link expire?

Yes, the invitation to the platform expires in 7 days. Should you need to resend a link, you can do so by clicking the three dots beside the pending invite.

What does "Pending" mean?

Pending means the user has not yet set up their password using the invitation link.

How many users can I set up?

You can see your user limit at the top of the User page. We tell you how many active users you have as well as the total number of user allotted.

Can I add more users to my subscription?

Absolutely! Please reach out to [email protected] for more information.

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