How to add users to a company

You can invite other people to become members of your company, along with defining which features and areas they have access to.

It's really easy to add new users to your company. Here's how it's done.

Step 1:

Before you begin, you must make sure you are logged in to the MPZMail control panel. If you don't already have an account you can create a free account.

Step 2:

Once logged in to the MPZMail control panel, click your name at the top right of the site, and then click "Company Profile".

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Step 3:

Select the STAFF link from the sub navigation along the top of the page...

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Step 4:

Click the "ADD A STAFF MEMBER" Button located towards the top right of the page.

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Step 5:

A "drawer" will slide onto the page, asking you to enter the email address of the staff member you would like to invite. Enter the person's email address who you would like to invite to have access to your company. Finally press the "Continue" button to finish adding the staff member.

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Step 6:

An email will be sent to the staff member which tells them you have invited them to your company, and provides a link to click. Once clicked the staff member will be a member of your company and will be able to switch to the company whenever they login.

Permissions:

Once a staff member has been added, you can choose the sections of the control panel they have access to by selecting their "Role".

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By default we automatically create two roles for every company.

  • Admin. This role effectively gives users complete control over a company account. They can access all features and settings.
  • Standard. This role gives users access to all features but restricts the ability to view or modify any of the company settings. For example they cant see or alter staff, payments, roles, etc.

You can create your own roles by clicking the "Roles" tab located towards the top of the page.
You can create as many roles as you wish, and you can assign different permissions to each role as you see fit.

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In the above example, we have created a new "Accounts" role where we have turned off access to all features, except for allowing them read only access to the "Company Account" area. This would be useful to give an accounts department so they could login and access invoices.

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