All users must register to use Quick Base. If someone's invited you to an existing application, follow the steps below to create a Quick Base user account. If you're shopping for an online solution and want to test Quick Base out, create a trial account instead.
If you're investigating Quick Base to see if the product can work for you, you should create a trial instead of simply registering to use the program. A trial account grants you the ability to create applications and see everything that Quick Base has to offer. Create a trial account.
On the Quick Base home page, click the Sign in link on the upper right of the page.
Click the Create a log-in link.
On the sign up page, enter your first and last name in the fields provided.
Enter your email address. A verification email will be sent to this address, so it must be valid.
Create a password.
In the Choose a password field, enter the password you'll use to access your Quick Base account. The password must be 8-20 characters, and contain both numeric and non-numeric characters. Enter the same password in the Retype password field. Doing so lets Quick Base make sure you've spelled the password correctly.
Set up a security question using the Question, Answer, and Retype Answer fields, in case you ever need to reset your password.
Read the Terms of Service and indicate that you agree to them by clicking the checkbox.
Click the Register button.
Quick Base sends a verification email to the address you provided. You must click the link in the email to activate your account.
Open your email inbox and locate the Quick Base Registration email.
I never received my verification email. What do I do?
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Click the link provided in the email message to open your web browser and display the Quick Base Sign In page.
Enter your password to display the My Apps page.
I was invited to Quick Base by another user, and I don't have permission to create applications. How can I request it?
If you do not have permission to create apps and attempt to do so, we will email the billing account administrator on your behalf. You will get an email when you are granted the correct permissions.
My company has decided to register for Quick Base and I have been using a trial account. Will I be able to access applications I created once my trial is over?
Often, organizations exploring Quick Base have multiple users sign up for 30-day trial accounts to review the product. These users can create applications in their own trial accounts. When the organization decides to register for Quick Base, one of these trial accounts is converted to a paying account and an official Billing Account is created.
All remaining trial accounts expire at the end of their trial periods, and their associated applications are inaccessible to any user who is invited to use them.
If you want to access a trial application once your trial ends, you can submit a request to Quick Base Customer Care to transfer the application into the new Billing Account.
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