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Every network user can have their own username and password to log in to Darwin. The user should select their email address as their username
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=User Based Login System=
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Users can link their new user account to their different advertiser/affiliate accounts to allow a single point of access. View this page for more information on [[Why_Create_a_Darwin_User_Account|why you should create a Darwin user account]].
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Every network user can have their own username and password to log in to the interface. The user will automatically have a user account created allowing for multiple accounts to be accessed via one login for a single point of access.  
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The accounts or logins in for the Darwin administration area are not the same as affiliate or advertiser account logins. They are user logins and allow access to Darwin even if you are not an affiliate or advertiser.
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This distinction and separation allows for two major functional changes:
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* A user can link themselves to more than one affiliate or advertiser account allowing simple account switching from a single login
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* An affiliate or advertiser account can have more than one user, each with unique login credentials and each with defined levels of access
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* A user can add their own personal contact information to allow improved communication between affiliates, advertisers and the network
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* A user can easily switch between Darwin and the old administration area
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In addition to the above, Darwin users will get access to all the new functionality being developed by Affiliate Window. Affiliate Window is moving every system, setting and piece of functionality across to Darwin and a user account is required to get access to it.
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==User Access Permissions==
==User Access Permissions==
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The first user to link an advertiser or affiliate account to their user account is set to 'owner' status. An owner has overall control of the affiliate account and can administer the permission levels of other users who have access to that affiliate or advertiser account. An owner can set other users of the account to have different levels of access rights.
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The first user to link an advertiser or publisher  account to their user account is set to 'owner' status. An owner has overall control of the publisher  account and can administer the permission levels of other users who have access to that publisher  or advertiser account. An owner can set other users of the account to have different levels of access rights.
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Currently, users are able to control what other users can edit within their affiliate or advertiser Darwin account.
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Currently, users are able to control what other users can edit within their publisher or advertiser account.
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Users permissions do not have any effect in the older main administration area.
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==Why create an account==
==Why create an account==
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The accounts or logins in for the Darwin administration area are not the same as affiliate or advertiser account logins. They are user logins and allow access to Darwin even if you are not an affiliate or an advertiser.
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When you sign up with an account or get added to an existing account user logins are automatically generated. The accounts or logins in for the administration area are not the same as publisher  or advertiser account logins.   
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This distinction and separation allows for a number of functional changes:  
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* By signing up as a user via Darwin you are able to link yourselves to more than one affiliate or advertiser account allowing simple account switching from a single login i.e two people can have access to one affiliate account with only one having to be signed up as an affiliate and the other as a user.
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* An affiliate or advertiser account can have more than one user, each with unique login credentials and each with defined levels of access
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* A user can add their own personal contact information to allow improved communication between affiliates, advertisers and us as a network
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* A user can easily switch between Darwin and the old administration area although we would advise to use Darwin as much as possible
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In addition to the above, Darwin users will get access to all the new functionality being developed by Affiliate Window. Affiliate Window is moving every system, setting and piece of functionality across to Darwin and a user account is required to gain access to it.
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The user account allows you to link yourselves to more than one publisher or advertiser account allowing simple account switching from a single login i.e two people can have access to one publisher  account with only one having to be signed up as a publisher  and the other as a user

Current revision as of 13:25, 28 April 2017

User Based Login System

Every network user can have their own username and password to log in to the interface. The user will automatically have a user account created allowing for multiple accounts to be accessed via one login for a single point of access.

User Access Permissions

The first user to link an advertiser or publisher account to their user account is set to 'owner' status. An owner has overall control of the publisher account and can administer the permission levels of other users who have access to that publisher or advertiser account. An owner can set other users of the account to have different levels of access rights.

Currently, users are able to control what other users can edit within their publisher or advertiser account.

Why create an account

When you sign up with an account or get added to an existing account user logins are automatically generated. The accounts or logins in for the administration area are not the same as publisher or advertiser account logins.

The user account allows you to link yourselves to more than one publisher or advertiser account allowing simple account switching from a single login i.e two people can have access to one publisher account with only one having to be signed up as a publisher and the other as a user

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