Creating a multi-tenant team is one of the best ways to improve the efficiency of any shipping operation. This opens up the option to designate a specific address to each user, create individualized work stations with unique hardware configurations, and assign orders to specific team members automatically.
Your plan must include an additional User. If it does not, you will need to update your subscription.
Click the Add New button.
Fill in the users First Name, Last Name, and Email fields. Select or unselect the account permissions you would like the user to have access to. Then, click the Invite User button.
An email is sent to the email address specified for the new user and to the ShippingEasy account owner. Click the link within the email to complete setting up the new account. The ACTIVATE ACCOUNT modal will be opened.
The link is time sensitive. [See our tips for dealing with expired links].
Fill out the First Name, Last Name, Password, and Password Confirmation fields. Then, click the Activate Account button.
ShippingEasy does not allow for the full deletion of a user since many of the custom Reports allow you to track shipments per user. Instead, the user can be archived and no longer granted login access to the account. Furthermore, the archived user no longer counts against the total number of allowed users for the account.
You can archive a user on the USERS page and even restore them later if necessary.
Click on the X icon to the right of the user name you'd like to archive.
Only non-admin users can be archived.
Click the OK button to confirm that, in fact, you do want to archive the user. You will be notified that the user has been successfully archived.
Restore an Archived User
Notice that after archiving a user, the user is still visible on the USERS page, the user is marked as Archived , and that the icon to the right of the user name has changed to the Restore user icon.
Restore an archived user by clicking on the Restore user icon to the right of the user name. You will be notified that the user has been successfully restored.