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How To Manage Users In Lime Engage

Note: You must be a Power User to add users to your Sparta account. If you aren't one, ask a Power User in your organisation to help you.

Firstly, you'll want to navigate to the Manage Organisation page, which can be located from the drop-down menu in the top-right of the application (pink arrow).

From there, you'll see "Create new user" (pink arrow). When you click on it, you'll get two options: 

  1. Create user
  2. Send invite link

If you just want to quickly add a user, the "Create user" option is your best bet. When you do so - you will setup their details for them in a few simple steps.

If you have a larger group of people you'd like to add to Sparta (for example when setting up Sparta for the first time) - the best way is to use the "Send invite link" option.
This will give you an unique link that you can send to everyone (via Email, Skype, etc). Everyone can then click on that link and create their own profiles.

Delete or deactivate users

If someone leave their position, go on paternity/maternity leave or for some other reason should not have access to Sparta, you can easily remove their access by clicking Edit and then change Account status (pink arrow). 

  • Active - a user with access to Sparta.
  • Deactivated - a user who temporarily doesn't have access to Sparta. When the user should be granted access again, just change account status to Active again.
  • Deleted - a user who never should have access to Sparta again (permanently).

Remember to hit Update User to save your changes.
 
You find a list of your deactivated users under Deactivated Users (pink arrow below).

Change role for a user

There are two roles in Sparta, User and Power User. User is the participants in a competition and the Power User can create competitions, see all active users, manage users and of course participate and cheer in a competition. 

In the Role column you can see which role each user has. If you want to change the role for a user you just click on their current role (see pink arrow).

 

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