Individual Employee Access
Step 1. Add employee
First open the Settings App. You can either do this in the Business Apps under Settings or in the tab down below and press open.
Then click on Employee.
In the Employees section of the Employees overview you can see all employees registered in this account. Employees who are already active are displayed in non-italics, and employees you have invited are displayed in italics.
To invite a new employee, please click Add employee.
Step 2. Grant access
Now enter the employee's email address and position in the company and select which rights you want to give this employee. You can select individual apps and decide for each app whether the employee should have full access to the app or, for example, only reading rights.
By clicking on Save, payever sends an invitation email with a login link to your employee. If the employee calls up this link, they will be asked once to set a password. With this password and the email address to which the invitation was sent, the employee can then log into the account again and again in the future.
(Your employee can't find the invitation email? Please also check the spam folder!)
From the point of view of your employees, your account will look a bit different - your employees will generally only see apps on the dashboard for which they have at least read rights, all others will not even be displayed. If an employee tries to perform an action within an app for which he/she does not have sufficient rights, he/she will receive a corresponding pop-up error message stating that he/she is not authorized to perform this action.
Group Employee Access
Create employee group
You also have the option to divide your employees into specific groups with the same usage rights.
In the Groups section you can view existing employee groups and create a new group by clicking Add group.
In the Group name field, first enter a name for this group and then, under Add employees, select the active or the invited employees you want to add to this group. You can see employees who have already been added under Employees.
Under Access you can set which access to which app the employees of this group should get. By clicking on Save, the grouping becomes visible.
The group rights always overwrite the individual rights - i.e. if you have given an employee access to the app Checkout, for example, but then add him to a group that has no access to this app, the employee loses his access to this app!