Console access management

Ensure that users in your organisation have appropriate permissions and enable multi-factor authentication.

You need to use Console to set up your integration. For example, you can upload certificates. set redirect and webhook URIs, and more.

However, Console also has functions which are useful for less technical users in your organisation. For example, Console users can use the payments view to see a list of recent payments they can use for reconciliation and customer support.

To ensure that all your users can get the most out of Console, it's important that you manage user permissions appropriately. Learn more about how permissions and roles work in Console.

To make access to Console as secure as possible, we also recommend that you enable multi-factor authentication. This means that users need to use a security key or app as well as their credentials to sign in. Users must use multi-factor authentication in order to issue refunds from the payments view.

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Invite users and set roles within your organisation in Console.

You can send email invitations to invite people to your app, or alternatively get a link to share directly with them.

Configure multi-factor authentication in Console for additional security, and to grant access to certain features such as refunds in Console.