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Administrative assistants and support staff

Written by Sparsh Bajaj
Updated over a week ago

How to Add Your Administrative Assistant to Your MemoriaCall Account

If you have an administrative assistant, MemoriaCall can help you make your life even easier. With our services, your assistant can schedule meetings for you and manage your account features so you can get the most out of your video conferencing experience. Don't worry; adding your assistant to your account is a piece of cake. Just follow these quick and easy steps:

Step 1: Add Your Assistant to Your Users

The first step is to add your assistant to your Users in your MemoriaCall account. This will give them access to your account and allow them to schedule meetings and manage features on your behalf. To do this, follow these simple steps:

Step 2: Assign the Admin Role

Before saving your assistant's account, make sure to assign them the role of Admin (vs. User). This will give them full access to your account and all its features. To do this, simply select "Admin" from the dropdown menu before clicking "Save".

Step 3: Your Assistant's Account

Once your assistant's account is saved, they will be able to log in and see your account listed under the available profiles. This means they can now schedule and manage meetings on your behalf. To do this, they simply need to select your account from the list of profiles available to them.

With this access, your assistant will be able to use all the features of your account as if it were you handling the meetings. This includes scheduling, launching, and managing video conferences.
For a visual guide, check out our brief tutorial video.

And that's it! You have successfully added your administrative assistant to your MemoriaCall account. Now, you can enjoy the convenience of having someone else handle your video conferencing needs while you focus on more important tasks.

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