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Granting and Revoking Admin Privileges for a Blueink User
Granting and Revoking Admin Privileges for a Blueink User
Elyca Mae Tansi avatar
Written by Elyca Mae Tansi
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Introduction:

Managing users is essential for organizing and controlling access to your Blueink account. The Blueink platform is designed to make sure you have the ability to grant access only where needed if preferred. This guide will walk you through the process of granting and revoking admin privileges for users in Blueink.

Granting and Revoking Admin Privileges for a Blueink User:

Step 1: Access the Menu Bar

1.1. Click the menu bar located at the top right of your dashboard.

Step 2: Navigate to Users

2.1. From the menu options, choose "Users." This will direct you to the user dashboard.

Step 3: Add Users

3.1. To add a user, click the "+ Add User" button. Follow the on-screen prompts to input the new user's information.

Step 4: Grant Admin Access

4.1. To provide a user with admin privileges, find the user you want to grant access to in the user dashboard. Select the user's name to activate the editable user table. Toggle the "Account Administrator" option to give the user access and click “Save” button to save the changes.

Step 5: Revoking Admin Access

5.1. To disable the admin privilege of a user, click on the user's name to open the editable user table. Then, toggle and deselect the "Account Administrator" option to revoke the user's access and click “Save” button to save the changes.

Conclusion:

In conclusion, managing admin privileges for Blueink users plays a vital role in maintaining the security and efficiency of the platform. Granting appropriate privileges empowers administrators to perform necessary tasks, while revoking privileges when safeguards are needed for sensitive information. By implementing strong authentication and authorization measures, organizations can effectively manage user roles and permissions, enable smooth collaboration, and protect the integrity of their personal Blueink account.

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