Administrators can use the Manage Users menu to view, search, sort, and edit all user accounts created.
This article covers how to access the Manage Users menu where you can:
Accessing the Manager Users Menu
Select Organization from your account drop down.
By default the Manage Users menu will open.
The Manage Users menu separates account owners into four specific categories or Tabs . Click the specific tab for a listing of users under each.
The four Tabs or categories of users are:
- Active : Lists all active user accounts, this is the default tab listing when the Manage Users menu is opened.
- Pending : Lists all user accounts that are awaiting an Administrator's approval .
- Banned : Lists all users who were denied permission to create an account or who were banned from their Personal Rooms account by an Administrator .
- Deleted : Lists all users whose accounts were deleted by an Administrator .
Search & Sort
The Manage Users menu will, by default, list users in chronological order based on the date they were added to your Personal Rooms instance. All times are UTC.
Use the Search Bar to filter based on name, user name (email), authenticator or user creation date.
To filter based on role, select the specific role you wish to view from the Role column. You should see only the users with the assigned role selected.
Delete, Ban, or Edit User Accounts
Administrators can Delete, Ban, or Edit each user account registered to their Personal Rooms instance.
Select the Vertical Ellipsis or Hamburger Menu located to the right of each user account.
To delete an account, select Delete from the account options.
It is important to note that this will remove the account from your Personal Rooms instance, however, does not prevent the user from signing up in the future with the same credentials.
To ban an account, select Ban from the account options.
This will both remove the user account and prevent the user from using the banned credentials to sign up for your Personal rooms instance in the future.
To edit an account, select Edit from the account options, and an edit user menu will open.
Administrators can edit the Account Name , Account Email , Account Role , and add a Profile Picture  to the account.
When editing an account Role  it is important to note that though a user may be assigned multiple roles, only the role with the highest priority will be used to determine the user's account permissions.
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