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Sub-Accounts to access multiple user accounts

chrismfz shared this idea 6 years ago
Under Consideration

There are sometimes that the same webmaster / developer creates multiple sites for different clients.

He should have for various reason access to them. With the sub-account feature someone can have access to 1 account only. Should be possible to access multiple accounts.

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Sub accounts are useless without this feature!

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Yes yes, me too need this feature. because one of my developer needs to be accesses, notified about his referred clients.

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It's been a while since anyone responded to this request and the feature has still not been added. Perhaps your votes could help on the more popular version of this thread (if you haven't voted already)

https://requests.whmcs.com/responses/multiple-billing-accounts-using-one-login

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Just ran into this situation where I have a content writer we use for multiple accounts and she needs to be able to login and add tickets for each one. UGH

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I develop and maintain multiple clients websites through a hosting provider who uses WHMCS for their client billing. While I could open a reseller account and service these clients directly, I'd rather not take on both the developer and hosting liabilities at this time.

Because of this, I need to use one email account as a sub-account to log in to each of my clients' WHMCS client areas, or attempt to remember a whole bunch of my <devemail+clientname@gmail.com> addresses just to log in. I also have hosting through the same provider as some of my clients, and would like to see my hosting, and their hosting all from the same control panel.

It's now 2016, where services have Two Factor Authentication, one-time log in emails, and people have more accounts than ever to manage. Are there no plans to allow a username/email based sign in, where clients can delegate another username/email as a collaborator on their account?

If not, it doesn't give me much reason to pay for a monthly/yearly WHMCS license when I do start up my reseller hosting account.