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New Feature: Account Delegations

Recently we received a great question from one of our users: can one “Parent” user account be used to manage multiple sub-accounts?

“Well, no,” we replied, “But why not?”

Our users know that when they send us good suggestions for improving Textverified, we’ll do everything we can to implement them! We are pleased to announce that we now offer account delegations as a new feature.

If you’re an employer running a big company, you probably want to make a single large purchase on Textverified. It’s too much work to make individual employees purchase credits for our services, or perhaps you have a single company credit card that is only authorized to you.

Now you can delegate one account as a Main or “Parent” account. You can link sub-accounts, known as “Child” accounts, back to the “Parent” account and then add credits to your employees’ accounts directly. Let’s learn how:

Open the menu under the user icon on the top-right side of your screen and then click the “Sub Accounts” link. You’ll see a page that looks like this:

We’ll navigate through the perspective of the “Parent” account, first. Click the button that says, “Convert to Parent Account.” Now you’ll see this:

Copy this code and send it to every employee whose account you’d like to link. Once your employees have entered your unique identifying code into their accounts, you’ll see this screen:

Your code will appear at the top of the page. Below that, you’ll see every “Child” account that is a linked sub-account to your “Parent” account. From here, you can add credits to any linked “Child” account.

Now we’ll go through this process from the perspective of the “Child” account. When you see this page, click the button that says, “Convert to Child Account.”

You’ll be directed to this screen, where you must enter the unique identifying code provided by the “Parent” account:

When you enter your key, you’ll see a message prompting you to link your account to the “Parent” account:

Finally, if you look at your “Child” account once this process has been completed, you’ll see that you are now linked to the “Parent” account:

The “Parent” account may then deposit credits into the “Child” account.

Thanks for the credits, Mom and Dad! Happy verifiying!