Last week, as a part of our weekly system upgrades, we launched a brand new feature on Radium3. This feature allows you to share users across multiple websites under your account. This is particularly helpful for businesses and organizations that have multiple websites running on the Radium3 system, such as businesses with subsidiaries or churches with multiple campuses that each have their own website.
Previously, every user on every website had to have a unique email address. This meant that adding a user to multiple websites required inventing additional or fake email addresses. But now, when you as an account owner go to add a new user to a website, you'll see an option to "Add an existing user" (see the screen shot below). Simply start typing a name or email address into the box and our system will pop up a list of potential matches, allowing you to easily select the user you want. Simple, right?
This release also rolls out an overhaul to the design of the users page. It's all apart of our continuing unification of the user interface across all screens. There's much more to come in user management and other areas of the system as well, so stay tuned!
Posted on Mon, November 22, 2010
by Tim Wall filed under