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Multilogin | How To Run Multiple Online Accounts in a Team

Teamwork makes the dream work: the efficient way to run multiple accounts

Are inefficient processes harming your team’s success? As your headcount grows, managing multiple accounts with multiple team members can become messy and chaotic – but it doesn’t need to be.

Two problems with manual processes…

In the early stages, processes and information sharing tend to be straightforward and natural. You might rely on spreadsheets, share information via email, or even discuss things in person. However, this approach leads to two main issues.

As you start running more accounts, especially if you're a small ads agency gaining new clients, managing those profiles among different people becomes increasingly challenging. You’ve got team members who need to log in and out of individual accounts, who need to run through long lists to find passwords and usernames, who need to send each other links, account notes – you name it. And then when you move someone out of the team, you have to change all the access information you’ve given them for your own security.

In the end, managing administrative tasks takes up a lot of time that could be spent on making money.

Secondly, most companies running multiple accounts who have not yet built up the processes needed to scale safely, will find themselves sharing the same accounts directly on different devices. If your colleague monitors an account from Mumbai, while you then log in eight hours later from San Francisco, then you’ve got two devices using a completely different fingerprint. Your geolocations are improbably far apart for someone accessing the same account, you have different hardware, a different IP – a situation that can set off alarm bells. And the result of those alarm bells? Your accounts are banned.

Both of the above are not abstract problems: they are very real situations that have a very real impact on the growth and revenue of your team and company. So what can a team managing multiple accounts do?

…and one simple solution

The great news is that you can fix both of these problems with just one solution.

By moving all these accounts to a single app managing all your virtual profiles together, you can easily eliminate both of the above risks. Here’s how it works in Multilogin.

Managing new and existing team members

To add a new team member to your Multilogin workspace, ask them to register in Multilogin first. Then go to the "Workspace" tab and click "Add team member".

Once done, you can easily and reliably share access to different profiles with them. Additionally, you have the power to control their permissions. You get to choose whether they can launch and edit profiles or add new colleagues to the group.

Ensuring consistent fingerprints

As we've discussed before, logging into the same account from different devices can increase the risk of getting banned because each device leaves different fingerprints.

In Multilogin, every team member uses the same virtual browser profile to access their accounts. So, if you log into Facebook and your colleague wants to use the same Facebook profile later on from a different device, Multilogin ensures that both of your logins look identical to the platform. This helps protect your accounts from getting banned because it appears as if it's just one person using one device.

We've only scratched the surface of what our app can do, especially when it comes to expanding your team. To find out more, visit our pricing plans page and see what we have to offer for your business!