From your Corporate account, you can manage which apps are accessible to your sub-accounts. The sub-accounts cannot manage their own apps or view disabled apps. This allows you to sell the apps to the sub-accounts, or to simply have more control.
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You need to enable the apps for each sub-account separately, which allows for more customization and control over the sub-accounts.
Manage the apps for your sub-accounts
To manage the apps enabled for a sub-account:
From the dashboard, click Manage my apps next to the name of the desired sub-account. The number displayed next to Manage my apps is the number of apps currently enabled for the sub-account.
To manage the apps:
Toggle on the apps that you want to enable for the selected sub-account.
Toggle off the apps you want to disable for the selected sub-account.
- Click Done.
Edit permissions for users to manage the apps
If you have several users on the Corporate account, the owner can decide who has permission to manage the apps for the sub-accounts.
- Click the account dropdown > Users.
- In the Admin users tab, click Edit next to the name of the user.
- Choose Personalized access.
- Check the Apps Management box to give the user permission to manage the apps. Uncheck it to remove permission.
- Click Confirm.
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