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Multi-user access to eHive is coming early 2021
We are always making improvements to eHive, but in 2021 we have some big changes that we are excited to share with you. We know that a lot of you have been waiting for multi-user accounts in eHive. And now your wait is over. You will soon be able to create multiple users for Silver eHive plans and above.
As part of this upgrade we're changing to email address sign in and we're updating our pricing structure to include user licences and increased storage. Read on for more details.
- Create additional users using three access levels:
- Admin (full access to account settings and user management)
- Curator (cataloguing features)
- Viewer (read-only access to all records)
- Switch between eHive accounts with the same user email address
- Increased storage for paid accounts
We introducing new eHive plans to cover multi-user access and the increased storage. You will remain on your current plan until this expires.
You can see our new pricing plans on our website.
eHive sign in will change. You will no longer use your eHive ID after confirming your email address. Instead, each user will sign in with their email address and password
You can get ready for these changes by making sure your email address is correct in eHive. Sign into eHive and go to Account Settings > Your Details to check your email address.
Once the multi-user features are released you will be asked to confirm your email address. This will create the first user for your account. When multi-user features are released there will be online help to guide you through the process.
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