About Adding Users

Adding users as an Application Manager

When an application manager talks about "adding users" what she really means is that she wants to grant someone access to their application. Application Managers can "add" users who've already registered with QuickBase or those who never have. Read how to share an application.

Controlling users as a Billing Account Administrator

As a Billing Account Administrator, you decide who has the power to create applications and who should have advanced permissions that might help you manage the account. (Read more about billing account management.)

Most sweeping of all, you can deny any user access to your account. For example, if an employee has left your firm, you don’t need to remove him from every application in your account. Just deny him access to all of them.

While only an Application Manager can add a user to your account, QuickBase lets you do some preliminary user setup. As a Billing Account Administrator, you can add users to groups—even users who have yet to register in QuickBase (i.e. provisional users). Once the user accesses QuickBase, he or she will automatically belong to whatever groups you assigned. To learn how to assign an unregistered user to groups, read Provisioning Users.

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This page refers to an older version of QuickBase. Online help is now located at http://www.quickbase.com/user-assistance/default.html.


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