This article describes how to use the Manage Team feature in cPanel. With this feature, you can create team users (subaccounts) that can log in and modify selected areas of your hosting account. For example, you could set up a team user account for your developer to access databases and web files. Or you could create a team user account for someone to manage your domains.
To access the Manage Team feature, follow these steps:
To create a new team user, follow these steps:
On the Manage Team page, click Create Team User:
In the Username text box, type the username you want to use:
In the Password section, select The user will set the account password or Set the user's password.
In the Roles list box, you can optionally assign roles to the new user:
Click Services and then select any services you want the new user to access:
If you want the new user's access to expire on a specific date, click Security Settings. Select the date on which the account will expire:
To edit an existing team member, follow these steps:
On the Manage Team page, locate the user you want to edit, and then click Edit User:
You can temporarily suspend a team user's access to your account at any time. To do this, follow these steps:
On the Manage Team page, locate the user you want to suspend, and then click Suspend:
cPanel suspends the user. To unsuspend the user, click Unsuspend:
To delete a team member, follow these steps:
On the Manage Team page, locate the user you want to delete, and then click Delete:
You can monitor team user actions in the audit log.
To view the audit log, follow these steps:
On the Manage Team page, click View Audit Log:
cPanel displays the audit log:
For more information about the Manage Team feature, please visit https://docs.cpanel.net/cpanel/preferences/manage-team/.
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