Help Documents - Version 5 Where do I start?How do I give others access to my events?

How do I give others access to my events?

Why would you do such a thing?

  1. You're delegating event build and management tasks to someone else
  2. You want to spread the work around among one or more other people

Two great reasons.

Types of Login Access

You have two points of access to your events via a login screen accessible from the rsvpBOOK.com Home Page.

  1. Member Login - NEVER reveal your member login credentials because the member dashboard has access to ALL of your events; it would be dangerous to allow this access to anyone else
  2. Edit My Event button - Admin Dashboard Login - This is the access that is designed to be shared with other admins

This article describes the procedure for setting up to allow 3rd party access to your Admin Dashboard ONLY.

Does your Admin Dashboard have Menus or Buttons?

rsvpBOOK has 2 versions of the Admin Dashboard. Which one do you have?

Does your Admin Dashboard have Menus or Buttons?

If Menus, then your Admin Dashboard Login tool is located here ...

If Menus, then your Admin Dashboard Login tool is located here ...

If Buttons, then your Admin Dashboard Login tool is located here ...

If Buttons, then your Admin Dashboard Login tool is located here ...

The Event Login screen opens ...

The Event ID and Event Password fields can be set or changed on this screen.

  • Change one or both fields to disallow access to someone who is already logging in
  • Set one or both fields to allow access to someone new

Where is the Event Login screen?

From the rsvpBOOK.com home page, click the Edit My Event button.

If you have more than one event and you want different people to login and work on them, you should set each event's login credentials to be different from one another.

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