Squarespace member AccountsQuadratic Members Accounts
Click on Member Accounts in the Members & Access section of the website administration. Click Create Your Own User Name. Fill in the following boxes in the Bank Information section: The name with which the individual or persons will be logged in. Indicator Name - This is what is displayed for posts from this post.
Passphrase - Enter a passphrase for this area. You can use the Publikum drop-down list to specify the site privileges for this member area. Generality - The general population has the same right as an non-identified visitor who accesses your website. It is the standard configuration for member accounts. This dropdown list is filled in by the target groups that you have defined in the Member Privileges.
You can, for example, have an editor public with preferences that give these members authorization to modify certain pages. Once you have created a member accounts, you can modify its target group in the member accounts. Allows you to select the Personal accounts check box when this user is using this service. When more than one individual uses this personal bankroll, clear the Personal bankroll check box.
Disables the option to submit an e-mail invite and the option to include member information. Please note: Group accounts cannot use the subscription function to sign up for page update within your website. In the case of face-to-face accounts, you can request that the member verify their e-mail addresses before they access the site for the first instance.
Make sure your private bankroll is activated. Enable E-mail invitations. In the Member Information section, enter an e-mail to the E-mail box. As soon as you have set up the affiliate profile, you will get an e-mail inviting you with a confirmation code. Hint: This should not be used for group accounts. If you have your own accounts, select the Mail invitations automatically to your new member box in the Mail invitations section to automatically notify your new member when the accounts are new.
Is not available for group accounts. Also, you must include an e-mail in the Member Information section. It is not possible to link the e-mail to an already established member area. Once you have set up an affiliate profile, you can redispatch the e-mail invitations by selecting Change and then redispatching an e-mail invitations in the affiliate accounts.
If not, the passcode will be displayed empty in the invite e-mail. If you have private accounts, you can use the Member Information section to include the member's additional information. Is not available for group accounts. Enable Allow members to allow members to connect to this member to allow contacts from other member accounts via e-mail from the site. Once you have configured this new member you can click Create Member to create the new member.
When you want to submit an e-mail invite, it is sent when you click Create Account. You can also include a registry page on your website so your users can register for member accounts on their own. By configuring the registry page, you are assigning a target group to all members who log in.
Visitors who register as members are sent an e-mail with their username and automatic passwords. In order to make changes to a member profile, browse to the member profiles in the Site Management pane and use the drop-down list to customize the user group. Change the information on the bank accounts. Send an e-mail invitation again.
Setting whether the accounts are private or group accounts. Changes whether other members can connect to this email address. Deactivate the member without deleting it all. In order to delete a member account: Navigate to the member accounts in the website administration toolbar. On the right side of the Member Series, click Delete. Customize the authorizations for the target group of your member under Member Authorizations.
Attend Members & Audience (Workshop) for a live webcast where you can follow the creation of member accounts and audience.