Can their be seperate accounts on my website for my customers?

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I'm Hoping to find a Service that enable's the Customer From Our business to Be able to log-on and see all their basic account information. I would really like it if they did not have to Refill out the same form 50 time's each time they want something. I am also hoping for them to be able to set their own username and password. Which would be great.

We are trying to go as GREEN as we can possibly be. Without spending a fortune. This would really help us signifficantely. As then we could do EVERYTHING online. Instead of by mail or driving!
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Hi Mitch

At this time, it is not possible to create multi-user name and password for your site. This is a feature that has been requested and Yola is aware of this request.

Perhaps as a workaround, you could do something like this:

For each customer, you can create a new site that is specific to them. You can lay out their account information. Password protect that page. Then, you can assign this password and username to that particular customer.

You will need to create a new site every time though so that each customer has their own unique password and username.

This may get a little much as your customer database grows. It may work for now though.

Hopefully others may be able to chime in with their ideas and suggestions.
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there is a way of doing that actully. i have got a site which is and i have got 5 e-mails address (hotmail) and what i do is that i go on and create the account. for exapmle: bunnymonkey. i would put as a e-mail address bunnymonkey-at-time-to-chat@hotmail.c... and then i create all the sites that i needx and then get another e-mail (your personal e-mail) and create a login page so they can log in. that is what i have done!! do u get what i mean??