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Ability to add Team Member Admins on the paid Brand Plan

As an agency, we use Later for all our social media clients. It would be great to have different access levels so that I can create an admin within my team. This will allow other people within my team to create new accounts for other clients instead only having the one person with ability to do it. 

  • Guest
  • Jul 26 2018
  • Future consideration
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  • Nicole Parish commented
    5 Aug 05:13pm

    This is an essential upgrade. The inability for non-admin users to authorize social accounts is simply impractical. We have 4 different social teams under one Later umbrella, and having to have one person with all the logins to refresh feeds hampers our ability to be nimble.

  • Guest commented
    14 Jun 06:26pm

    Hey Later Team,

    I'm joining in on this thread as it is a necessary tool to be able to assign admin members within my team. Although I'm the owner of the team, one of my other team members will be actually handling all of the "admin" work for our social profiles.

    I need to be able to differentiate between admin level access users and posting only users. It would be nice if there was a way for us to add varying levels when we assign users by clicking different boxes for each access we want to give our team members.

    Thanks Later!

  • Alasdair Lindsay commented
    4 Jul, 2019 04:09pm

    This definitely needs to be looked at. We were hoping to have multiple account managers using a single plan for our agency, which would contain handles from all clients. Several account managers have access to some handles, but no manager has access to all accounts. This is a M:M relationship, but the current user model assumes only a 1:M relationship between admins and handles can exist. Not the case!

  • Sarah Wallin commented
    21 Mar, 2019 02:04pm

    This would be great to have so that the admin functionalities do not fall on a single person. Some functions that would be nice to have help with include refresh token, adding social profiles, adding team members, etc.

  • Guest commented
    16 Nov, 2018 06:42pm

    I agree. For our part, just allowing team members to have access to basic settings and linking new social media accounts would be very helpful. At this point only the account owner (or admin) can link up social media accounts which is a pain for our sister publication in Florida.