About Billing Accounts

When you signed up to use Quick Base, you created a Billing Account. A billing account belongs to one contact, which is tracked using that person's email address. Within your account, you can create multiple applications. Individuals who manage those applications can invite many other users to share access to these applications, and therefore, to your account.

The person who creates the account becomes the Billing Account administrator for the account, and can even create other administrators, if necessary. Billing Account administrators are responsible for managing applications that make up the account, as well as high-level permissions for application creation and denial of account access. Quick Base provides a central location to handle all these responsibilities: the Manage Billing Account page. To get there:

  1. Select Manage billing account from the user drop-down on the top right-hand side of the page.

Note: Only account admins will see this link

New to Quick Base? If so, read this introduction that explains what you're paying for and how to set up your account.

User Management and Administration

Even though you created the account and are presumably in charge, you don't have as much power over users as you may expect. This is so Application Managers can have complete control over their applications. Only they can add users and set access rights (view, modify, etc...) to run their applications without interference. Billing Account Administrators do have some control, however. On the Manage Billing Account page, you can do the following:

Application management

Account administrators are responsible for managing the applications in their account. An account administrator may perform any of the following tasks, if necessary:

Billing Account Management

Administrators will also perform the following account management tasks:

 

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