The people who manage the group will need administrative logins to allow them to do various activities like member management, event management, and so on. This activity can be performed by any account administrator that has “Account Administrator” permissions.
The account administrator, when logged in, will see the “Logins” tab in the top bar
A table will load with the list of the current account logins.
This table shows several pieces of information about each login. To add a new login click on the “Create” button
To create a new login you only need to provide a valid email address and a name for the account login. When you click save the login will be created with the “Membership Manager” permission and 2 emails will be sent to the email address for the login, one will contain a welcome with some details on how to login, the other will contain a generated password for the account login to use for their first login.
After the login is create you can locate it in the table and click on it to edit the account login settings
In the details you can edit the name, email, multi-factor authentication type and phone number details that are used for the mobile multi-factor authentication.
In the right panel you can choose “Permissions” and set the permissions for the account login, this determines what they will have access to.
Lastly, in the advanced settings, you can change login to inactive if you want to keep the login but not allow the login to be used. You cannot edit group. If for some reason you need to set the password for the login you can simply type in the password you want to use here and click save to save all the settings.
PushKey is used for sending notifications to mobile devices, this is here for future use and is view only.