How to give Multicraft panel access to others

If you would like to give someone else access to your server in the Multicraft panel, but don't want to give them your own password, follow the steps below. This is useful when you have more than one person responsible for watching over the server.

1. The person that needs access first needs to register an account in Multicraft.
If you have a premium server, they will need to register here: https://premium.bisecthosting.com/index.php?r=site/register
If you have a budget server, they will need to register here: https://budget.bisecthosting.com/index.php?r=site/register
If you have an MCPE server, they will need to register here: https://mcpe.bisecthosting.com/index.php?r=site/register

2. After they registered, log into your Multicraft panel.
3. At the bottom of the panel, click Show Permissions and change it from Owner Only to Users with Roles Only and then click the Save button.



4. On the left-hand side menu, navigate to Advanced > Users.

5. Now in the text box under where it says Username, type in the username that was registered in step 1 and press Enter.

6. Give them FTP access level you want.


5. Give them one of the management roles:
Moderator:
View and type in chat in the panel
View console in the panel, but not be able to type any commands into it
No FTP access regardless of what it's set to
Super Moderator:
View and type in chat in the panel
View console in the panel and be able to type commands into it
Be able to Start, Stop, and Restart the server in the panel
No FTP access regardless of what it's set to
Administrator:
Able to do everything owner account can except give other users permissions (what this tutorial is)
Co-Owner:
Able to do everything owner account can


7. When you are done, click Back on the left-hand side menu. The changes will be saved automatically.

If any information you see here is outdated, please let us know by creating a support ticket. Thank you.

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