User Management: How to add additional users to your AppInsights account

Adding multiple users to your company’s AppInsights account will allow them to separately log on with their own credentials and enable the assignment of different roles and permissions. Here, we will go through the process of adding users.

Inviting new users:

To invite new users you need to have “owner” level of access to your AppInsights account. If you do, you will be able to click on the large gear icon and see “User Management” in the drop down.

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Selecting this will open the User Management panel. From here, you will be able to invite new users and manage their permission levels as well as their access to dashboards.

Start by clicking on the “New Users” button.

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Type in their email address and select a permission level for that user. Then give them access to dashboards and authentications that they need. Please note that the “Owner” permission will always have access to all dashboards and authentications. Also note that you MUST assign access to at least 1 dashboard to users with “View Only”, or “View & Edit” permissions.

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You can add as many users in this way as you’d like. After you are finished, click on the “Save” button.

New User Verification:

At this point, verification emails will be sent to each of the email addresses you provided for your new users. They will contain a verification link that must be clicked for new users to be added.

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The verification link will take users to a page that will prompt for their name and a password to complete the user sign up process.

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Once they have completed the form and clicked on “Register”, they will be taken to their “MyApps” page where a tile for AppInisights will take them to the AppInsights account. From that point, they can log in from either or

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