You can add other users in different roles to your MoPub account and control access to your account. What does this mean?
More flexibility with multiple users: Users can use their individual logins to access the same account.
Control administrative changes: Users can have different roles (Administrator, Member) and different permissions based on those roles (“Members” can make changes to your ad serving; but only “Administrators” can add other users, view or change payment information.)
Easily manage multiple accounts: If you have multiple publisher accounts under your MoPub email login, you can switch easily between them simply by changing your selection in the “Account” menu.
Create a MoPub account. You will automatically have Administrator role privileges and be the Primary Contact of the account.
Add a New User
To add a new user to your account, click on your email address > Account Settings and select the Edit button next to Manage Users. Then, enter the email address you’d like to add, select the Role from the drop-down and select ”Invite User”. The person will receive an email invitation from MoPub.
If the person does not already have a MoPub account, he or she will go through our sign up flow, with the email address and Company Name already filled in. When the person signs in, he or she will see the Dashboard, UI, and data of the organization that invited them.
If the person already has a MoPub account, he or she will be prompted to sign in. When the person signs in, they will see the Dashboard, UI and data of the organization that invited them. He or she can toggle between their existing account and the new account:
Remove an Existing User
To remove someone from the account or change their role, Administrators should click on the account email address > Account Settings and select the Edit button next to Manage Users. From there, you will see the option to change their role, remove them or resend their invitation.
Last updated March 04, 2019
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