Grant Access Feature for Enterprise Users 

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The Grant Access Feature in FormAssembly can be used to accomplish two functions.  First, if your organization is in need of support from the FormAssembly team, you can grant access to your forms so that we can better troubleshoot any issues you might be facing.

Second, if your Enterprise Administrator has enabled the Grant Access feature, then they will need to request access to your account before being able login through your username.

Getting Started

To begin, hover over the blue Help menu at the top right of FormAssembly and select Grant Access.

You will be taken to the Grant Access page where you will see two options: Administrator Support and FormAssembly Support.

If you need to grant your Enterprise Administrator access you would select Go to Administrator Support.

If you need to grant access to FormAssembly in order to help troubleshoot an issue, you should select Go to FormAssembly Support

Note: On-site Enterprise customers will only see the Administrator Support option as there is no way currently to grant on-site access to FormAssembly support.

If your Enterprise Administrator has selected that permission is not required to login as users, then you will not see the Administrator Support option:

Granting Administrator Access

Once you click on Go to Administrator Support you will be taken to the Administrator Support screen, where you will be able to select how many days account access will be granted (3, 5, 15, or 30 days). Once that selection has been made, you will need to confirm your password and then click the Grant Access button.

Next, you will be taken to the confirmation screen which will give the date that administrator access has been provided until. You can choose to revoke this access at any time by clicking the Revoke Access button.

Granting FormAssembly Access

For Enterprise Cloud customers, if the need arises for you to grant the FormAssembly support team access to your account, you can do so by clicking the Go to FormAssembly Support button.

Next, you will need to select the number of days (3, 5, 15, or 30) that access will be granted for. 

You will also need to select the access type.  Selecting Forms and Responses will grant access to your forms, connectors, and form responses.  Selecting Full Access will grant access to forms and responses, as well as your notifications and processing options. 

Once that has been selected, you will need to enter your FormAssembly password and click the Grant Access button to give access to the FormAssembly support team access.

Note: If you are a Single Sign-On (SSO) user through Salesforce, you will not be required to enter your password during this step.

Once access has been granted to FormAssembly, you will be able to see your current access grants at the bottom of the page. You can also choose to revoke access should you need to.

Reviewing Access Grants

Should you need to review your Access Grants at any point in time, they are available at the bottom of the Grant Access page. From here, you will be able to see all the Access Grants that are currently approved.

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