When you create additional users for your Skeddly account, they will see something like the following on the top bar when they sign-in to Skeddly:

Signed-in as: user1 @ primary1

The "user1" part is the username of the user that has signed-in.
The "primary1" part is the username of the root user of the Skeddly account.

To display something different after the @ character, you can set an Account Alias. By setting an Account Alias to something like "My Company Inc.", your team will see the following when signed in:

Signed-in as: user1 @ My Company Inc.

To set an Account Alias:

  1. Sign-in to your Skeddly account using the root user, or a user with full rights.
  2. Click "Account Settings" on the top-right of the page.
  3. In the "User Management" section, click "Account Alias".
  4. Supply your desired account alias and click "Save". Leave the field blank to remove any alias.
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