How to give Multicraft panel access to others



Summary
Minecraft is an open-world survival game and has remained popular since its release in 2011. A popular feature of Minecraft is custom worlds made by users, typically hosted by servers with large player bases. The most successful large servers in Minecraft generally are run by teams of administrators and moderators. Server owners can give Multicraft access to other users to moderate or troubleshoot their servers even when not present, ensuring the server runs smoothly.

How to Give Multicraft Panel Access to Others
1. The user that needs access must register with Premium or Budget depending on the server type. 

2.
Log in to the BisectHosting Premium or Budget panel.

3. On the left side, click Users.


4. In the Username field, enter the name registered in step 1. Press Enter.


5
. Assign the desired FTP access level.


6. Assign a management role. (definitions for each role below).


Management Role Definitions
Moderator:
- View and type in chat from the panel.
- View the console in the panel, unable to type any commands.

- No FTP access, regardless of settings.

Super Moderator:
- View and type in chat from the panel.

- View the console in the panel, able to type commands.
- Ability to Start, Stop, Restart, and Kill server in the panel.
- No FTP access, regardless of settings.

Administrator:
- Access to any owner commands, cannot give other users permissions.


Co-Owner:
- Access to any owner commands, can give permissions.


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