As a Billing Account Administrator, you can set the following types of permissions at the account level.
Grant or revoke the ability to create applications. Applications belong to billing accounts. You control a user's ability to create an application within your account. Read how.
Grant support-level management rights. Need some help managing your account, but don't want to give away the keys to the castle? When you grant support-level management rights to another user, you give them the ability to handle some administrative tasks, but not to control the entire account. (Read more.)
Grant full management rights. Need to replace yourself as billing account manager? Or do you share all billing account administration with someone else? Use this feature to grant complete control over your account. Read how.
Designate one or more account administrators to receive reset requests. If you're an account administrator for an account that is part of a realm, you can designate one or more account administrators to receive and handle user requests for a security question and answer reset. Read how.
Deactivate a user's Quick Base account. If you own a user's email address, you can deactivate that user's Quick Base account. Doing so means that the person can no longer sign into Quick Base at all. Read how.
Deny any user access to your account. Even when you don't control a user's email address, you can still keep them out of your account by denying access to any application that you own. Read how.
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