Sharing Accounts the Meldium Way

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Sharing accounts among team members is a ubiquitous experience for most companies. We do it for apps like Twitter, Mailchimp or even AWS. As Brad pointed out earlier, having a system for managing & tracking who has access to these shared tools is critical. When it comes to multi-user services (Box, Salesforce, etc), Meldium gives you powerful automation over account management as well as a central view of your team across all these apps. There's no reason services with shared accounts should be relegated to a spreadsheet of usernames and passwords. Meldium provides the same rich access management experience for services like Twitter and Mailchimp as well. Let's walk through what it's like to share access to applications using Meldium.

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When you add a new application to Meldium, you can choose whether access is private (restricted to you) or if other members of your team should be have access to it. You can update who you share with anytime so it's easy to adapt if a colleague leaves or a new teammate needs access.

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The best aspect of sharing accounts with Meldium is that your team never sees the password. When they log in to Meldium, they see a button for the app that you shared with them, which logs them into the app directly. Unlike a shared spreadsheet, you always have visibility and control over who has access to each application. Now you can stop emailing passwords around insecurely and just focus on managing your team and getting work done!

Automatic login means your team never see the password

Automatic login means your team never see the password

When someone leaves, you can disable their access to all your shared apps with one click

When someone leaves, you can disable their access to all your shared apps with one click