User Invite

You can invite users and give them access to the apps in your VerifyKit account from the panel.

How Do I Invite a User?

You can authorize a user to monitor or make changes to an app in your VerifyKit account by inviting them from the “User Management” page located in the Panel.

If you’ve never invited a user before:

  • Navigate to the User Management page,
  • Enter the e-mail address of the user you’d like to invite,
  • Select which app the user is authorized for,
  • From the list on the right, select which actions the user is authorized for,
  • Click Save Changes to invite the user.

If you’re inviting a second user,

  • Navigate to the User Management page,
  • Click the “Invite New User” button on the top right,
  • Enter the e-mail address of the user you’d like to invite,
  • Select which app the user is authorized for,
  • From the list on the right, select which actions the user is authorized for,
  • Click the Save Changes button to invite the user.

An invitation e-mail will be sent to the invited user. When the user accepts the invitation, they’ll be able to manage the apps in your VerifyKit account.

How Do I Revoke an Authorization From an Invited User?

You can delete a previously authorized user from the User Management page by clicking the icon located on the right of the individual users.

How Do I Manage User Privileges?

You can manage the user privileges on your VerifyKit account from the User Management page. First, click the Edit button located to the right of the individual user. After you’ve edited the user’s privileges, save the changes. When this process is complete, the user will continue using their account with their new privileges.

What Do These Privileges Mean?

Privileges in VerifyKit fall into two categories.

Account Privileges:

  • View Dashboard: The user can see the verification statistics on the Dashboard.
  • View Account Balance: The user can see the account balance.
  • View Transactions: The user can see the payment flows in the account.

App Privileges:

  • View Credentials: The user can see the credentials of an app to which they have access.
  • Add Credentials: The user can add new credentials to the app to which they have access.
  • Edit Application Settings: The user can make changes to the settings of the app to which they have access.