In the “yet another common question” category, if I have multiple hubs, do people need multiple logins?
Do they have different passwords for each SearchieHUB?
Will they struggle with access?
The short answer is NO.
Nobody wants multiple logins LOL! Even with password managers, you don't want them struggling for access.
But here's the longer answer:
Multiple Logins Transcript:
(yes this was created inside Searchie! That's one of the great blogging features… record training, maybe do some minor edits to the transcript, and then use the text as SEO text in the blog post so you don't have to write a lot! Brilliant!)
One of the common thoughts. If you're on like the business plan, at least this was called today where you have access to multiple hubs is what happens. If I have someone that I want to give access to two hubs to, they have to have two different log-ins?
Well, the good news is the Searchie team has thought of this. And what they have done is set things up with something called a single sign-on.
So what you see in front of you is the audience section. So I have gone in and selected the audiences and I've done a search on just me. This is my test email address.
Now, one of the things that I advise you to do is to test the stuff out. This is how you learn. A lot of stuff is when you go in and you pretend to be somebody that you're bringing into your,
to your hub.
I was a software developer for 32 years. So this is the kind of stuff we did all the time, but we would create ideas and to be able to bring, to see what it was like to have the user experience for the software. Right.
So I know you've got more than one email address.
So you've probably got one that you registered for Searchie and then you've got another one, two or three or four that you probably use.
So go in and create an audience for that other thing, right. For that other email address. And then what you can do is you see I've selected it, but I haven't done anything. So you can see all of the different tags and the accesses that I've granted to that.
Now, right now I have three of them, but let me click on it. So you go into the details and you can see that there is the profile, and there is the email address that I use for testing. And if I click on access, you'll see all of the different hubs in your account.
And I've got quite a few different ones, cause I've been doing stuff and building stuff. So you may only have one or two that's Okay. Don't be going, <inaudible> go through baby. That's okay. Don't worry about it. And, but you see the access, right?
So if I were to give myself access to one of the other hubs, and this is kind of something I'm going to ask the Searchie team to do, because this one is a private hub and this one is a public hub, but I can't tell that here it'd be nice if there was a little like different icon or something that being said, right?
So this one I know is a private hub. So right now this person, the [email protected] email address has access to this test hub into this training hub.
And if I simply click here, I will have that email address. We'll have access to that power of the list of now that's the course. So I can instantly grant that. Now I'm not going to go through it. I'm just assuming you're going to trust me on this one. But once I do that, that person has access.
If you send them the link to that hub, they don't have to log in because they're already logged in.
They've already created their password and it's a one and done kind of thing, which is really cool.
Now the same thing is true, by the way. Well, let me rephrase that. Pardon me? What I wanted to say was the same thing is true for testing tags, right? In this particular case,
I'm talking about access to hubs, but under the profile, you can also see the tags.
And my point being that when you are setting up access to certain sections, you as the Searchie owner will see everything, but when you create a different user account, and then you start testing the tags, you can go into those hubs and test to see whether the sections are displaying the way you want them to for a particular user and what access level.
So I highly recommend you do that because then that gives you familiarity with the way the hubs work and the way the tags work. And you feel really warm and fuzzy when you're done, which makes you a better membership site owner of course, owner, whatever it is you're delivering. All right.
So that's the tip about user access, multiple hubs and testing tags.
Thanks for tuning in.