Are you an organization with several employees who need to access the same payever account? In this case, we recommend you to use our employee management functionality. In this article you will learn how to create employee access, create employee groups and manage access rights.
Where to find the employee management?
Please open the app settings. You can reach this either via the gear-symbol in the Business Apps tile or via the Open button further down in the Settings tile.
Then click on Employee from the left navigation bar.
How to add new employees
Under Employees you will now see an overview of all employees that have been invited to this account already.
If you want to add a new employee, click on the + Symbol.
Please enter the name, position, phone number and e-mail address of the employee (all other fields as well as profile pictures are optional) and choose which access rights this employee should have. When you click on Apps Access you will be able to 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. When the employee opens this link, he is asked 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 whenever he needs to in the future.
(Your employee cannot find the invitation email? Please also check the spam folder!)
Please note that your employee must call up the invitation within 24 hours - if he doesn't, the invitation expires. You then have to click on renew in the tile of this employee in order to send him a new invitation.
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.