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            Adding or removing additional users to manage your event

            As the creator and primary user of an event, you have the ability to grant others access to view or control various aspects of the event without having to give them your Quicket login details. This is great for teams who work together coordinating events or simply giving others access to certain reports.

            Start by logging into your Quicket account, go to My Events and click Manage next to your event. Then from the menu of your event dashboard, choose Manage and then User access.

            Click Add User to start adding users to your event. If you've already given access to anyone, you'll see them listed here.

            Enter the email address of the person you're giving access to, and then choose which sections of the event dashboard they can access.

            Read-only: this means the user can view the information listed on a page, but cannot change any details.

            Modify: this means the user can view the information on a page and also make changes to any details that can be edited.

            If you know the added user should have access to every page listed under 'Read-only' or every page that can be modified, you can tick each option at the top. Otherwise, scroll through the list of each page in the event dashboard to pick and choose which pages they can have access to.
            Be sure to click Save changes at the bottom of the page.

            Added users will receive an email letting them they have been given access to the event. If they did not have a Quicket account before being added, we will create one for them automatically.

            If you need to adjust the settings of someone's user access or remove them from the event, click the spanner under

            If you need to remove the user, just scroll down and click Revoke Access.

            The user will then be sent an email letting them know they no longer have user access to the event.

            Updated: 12 Feb 2018 02:48 AM
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