How to Add a Business Account Administrator

To enhance the management capabilities of your business account, adding administrators is a straightforward process. This guide will walk you through the steps to include additional administrators to your account, provided you already have administrative privileges.

Adding an Administrator to the Business Account

  1. Access Business Information: Start by navigating to the "Business Information" view within your account.
  2. Invite New Administrators:
    • Locate the "Users in Business" section.
    • Click on "Add Users" to initiate the process.
    • In the user group selection, choose "administrators."
    • Input the email address of the individual you wish to add as an administrator.
    • Finalize the process by clicking "Add User."

Upon sending the invitation, the status next to the invitee’s name will display in gray, indicating the invitation is pending. This status will change to green once the invitee accepts the invitation, signifying they have successfully joined the business account as an administrator.

Administrator Privileges

Newly added administrators are granted comprehensive control over the business account, empowering them to perform a variety of tasks:

  • Modify Contact Information: Administrators can update the business’s contact details as necessary.
  • Manage Business Licenses: This includes the ability to control all aspects related to the business's licenses.
  • User Management:
    • Add Members: Beyond administrators, new members can be included in the account for specific roles.
    • Remove Users: Administrators have the authority to remove members or administrators from the account.
    • Edit User Groups: This flexibility allows for adjusting user roles, such as changing a member to an administrator or vice versa.
    • Withdraw Invitations: If an invitation was sent erroneously or is no longer needed, it can be retracted.

This capability to add administrators ensures that the business account can be efficiently managed, with responsibilities shared among trusted individuals.

Did you find it helpful? Yes No

Send feedback
Sorry we couldn't be helpful. Help us improve this article with your feedback.