Introducing Multi-User Management with Termly

Christine Hennel

by Christine Hennel

December 15, 2021

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Termly is excited to announce a new feature for all customers — user management! Users will now have the ability to invite collaborators to work with them in their Termly account. This makes it easier than ever to implement collaborative compliance.

Users can invite members of their own organization, business partners, customers, and more. Termly introduced 3 new user types to help streamline the process:

  • Owners have full control over the entire account, including billing and other users. The owner is the original user who created the account.
  • Admins have access to all the domains on the account, billing information, and control over other users.
  • Editors have access to specific domains and cannot delete other users. Their domain permissions can be assigned by the account Owner or Admins.

Collaboration is simple — users can be invited directly from the Termly dashboard. New users will receive an email with a link to join the team.


Businesses can add their legal teams or leadership to review policies, design teams to adjust the look of banners or policies, and engineering teams to install and test code snippets.

Agencies, organizations, or individuals who manage multiple domains can also benefit from the new user management feature.

Customers can be added as Editors, meaning they can review the information for specific domains, but won’t be able to edit or access other domains or account features like billing.


Termly is committed to streamlining compliance for businesses and websites. This collaborative feature can be used by any user to simplify their compliance process. Users can read the user management support article to learn how to add, delete, and edit users.

Additional questions can be directed to Termly’s support team at [email protected].

Christine Hennel
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Written by Christine Hennel

Christine is a product specialist and writer for Termly. She writes support articles, user FAQs, and documentation for Termly’s policy generators and cookie consent manager. More about the author

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