Sign In Identification for various Domains under 1 Silver Hosting Package

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Under my Silver Hosting, can i assign different Sign In IDs for each registered Domain ?

Would like to know how to go about creating different Sign In Identification for various Web Sites so that every one does not have access to each other's accounts .
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innerchildpress

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Stefan, Official Rep

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Hello innerchildpress

I'm afraid that this is not possible. You would need to create separate accounts for each domain. I'm sorry I don't have better news for you at this stage.
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innerchildpress

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when you say Different Accounts, does that mean its own separate Silver Hosting Package for each Domain name ?
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Yes, that is correct.
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innerchildpress

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innerchildpress

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do they plan on ever providing perhaps personal keys for separate Domains under our Silver Hosting Packages ? The Unfortunate aspect of not having this availability, is with 25 Account possibilities we can only work on 1 Site at a time . . . a TREMENDOUS Handicap which needs to9 be addressed . . . not a very difficult task, but overlooked . . . would help those of us out quite a bit who utilize Yola for enterprise and not just personal . . .
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Are you trying to access different sites within the same account on the same computer? If so, you can if you use a different browser for each website you need to open, i.e. run one website in Firefox and one in Chrome. If you are referring to separate computers, you can already do this.

Of course this does not address your concern of security, but I would add that we always recommend that you create separate accounts for each client. If one of your clients decided to take control of their website, you would be unable to give them control of their website by disassociating it with your current account.

Please let me know if I have misunderstood your request.
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innerchildpress

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How about developing a Sub ID for each Domain once we are in ? |This way we have the controls on who sees what . . . This feature can be optionally turned on by the Domain Owner or leave inactive . . . but our choice . . .
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BTW . . . i Love Yola . . . lol