Within your Tokeet account, you might wish to add users so that they can have access to your account and handle individual tasks. Additional Tokeet users can be specified as having certain duties and responsibilities, or areas of expertise. You can use this feature to give your entire team, from maintenance employees to management individuals, access to your account for editing, viewing or sending messages to guests and potential guests. Tokeet makes adding users and updating their information along the way simple and easy.

Adding A New User:

  1. In the top-left section of your Tokeet dashboard, just to the right of the Tokeet name and logo, you’ll find your current name as saved in the system (if you haven’t specified a real name, it might say “Tokeet User”.)
  2. Next to your name click on the green drop-down arrow and select “View All Users.”
  3. You will now be directed to your Tokeet User List. Click the “Add” button in the top-right section of the screen.
  4. Enter the new user’s information in the dialog box that appears.
  5. Click “Save”. This new user will now appear in your user list and can be accessed from the user drop-down menu on your account page.

Updating User Information.

  1. In the top-left section of your Tokeet dashboard, just to the right of the Tokeet name and logo, you’ll find your current name as saved in the system (if you haven’t specified a real name, it might say “Tokeet User”.)
  2. Next to your name click on the green drop-down arrow and select “View All Users.”
  3. Click on the user whose information you’d like to update.
  4. Enter the updated information into their profile.
  5. Select the green “Save” button.
  6. Your updated user information has been saved!

Now you can begin using Tokeet to its full capabilities with the skills of your entire team in place and able to access the tools Tokeet provides.


If you have any further questions please search our help center or email us at
support@tokeet.com and we’ll be more than happy to help.

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