Access your User Accounts in one of three ways.
You may establish as many users as necessary with their own login credentials for control panel access. In fact, we recommend you set up more than one user as we can only provide certain information to persons listed in the account.
To add a user, click the button in the upper right corner and complete the form. Once established, each user may edit their own username and password.
Primary Contact: The primary contact is a person to be contacted in the case of questions or notifications. The primary contact will receive periodic newsletters. Multiple primary contacts are acceptable.
Any user assigned a roll of "administrator" may add and delete user accounts.
WHO? Any person who needs access to donation reports, donor information or deposit information should have their own login credentials.
A charity may have as many user accounts as necessary to conduct business -- there is no limit or charge for user accounts.
WHY? Shared user accounts pose a security risk. Consider this.
When an employee leaves the charity, make sure to delete that user's login credentials.
When established a user you should assign a user level.
You may also use the Users edit page to turn on or turn off 2-step verification.
Two-Step Verification (2SV) is an authentication method that requires the user to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to the GiveDirect Control Panel. In addition to asking for a username and password, 2SV requires an additional verification factor, which decreases the likelihood of a successful cyber attack.
When turned on, at the next log in, you will receive a message that your account is using 2-step Verification. Click the Green "Send Me The Code" button. Check your email and enter the code from the email into the field provided.
If you are using a trusted device (your normal home or office computer), you may click the "Trust this device" check box. If you do not click the trusted device check box, you will be required to enter a code each time you log in.