Delegate and Deliver with FeedBlitz Multi-User | FeedBlitz

Growing your website or enterprise can be a wonderful experience—entering new territories, starting new ventures, increasing your customer base—the thrill of expansion propels you from one project to the next. With growth comes scaling and hiring, whether you’re welcoming new staff members to the team, working with a virtual assistant, or reorganizing your company. Now you’re delegating tasks to accomplish your goals more effectively and efficiently.

However, when you delegate your email marketing to others, there’s a slight problem. Sharing your login grants your new employee access to everything in your account. But wouldn’t it be great to offer access to some areas of your FeedBlitz account while limiting the accessibility of others? To grant rights to edit or work in certain areas but keep your financial and monetizing information on lockdown? Or vice-versa perhaps? All of this and no worries about compromising your privacy?

Problem Solved! Introducing Multi-User

Today we’re announcing FeedBlitz has grown with you, adding multi-user capabilities. Give others the ability to work on your email marketing projects, within restrictions and limits set by you, while still maintaining your privacy.

When you add a user to your account, you assign one or more of the roles listed below. You can also narrow down specific tasks and responsibilities for a user further by limiting their scope of capabilities, ensuring organizational boundaries and privacy restrictions are protected every step of the way.

  • Site Manager: This role has the ability to edit, create, and control anything site-related. This includes access to mailing lists, subscribers, feeds, funnels, as well as editing templates and subscription forms the site contains. You can restrict a Site Manager to a few specific sites or allow access to them all.

  • User Manager: For larger organizations, you can delegate user management to someone else. This role is a great fit for project managers,…

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