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How to Change a User's Access in Homebase Manager
How to Change a User's Access in Homebase Manager

This article will describe how to remove, add, or adjust access for different people.

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Written by Phillip Wolff
Updated over a week ago

Ever wondered how to add or remove which doors a user has access to in Homebase? This article outlines the step-by-step instructions on how to do this for both staff and residents.


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For Staff Members

  1. To edit a staff member's access, click on the "Staff" tab on the left-hand menu.

  2. Click the staff member you want to edit access for.
    (Additionally, you can search for them using the search bar at the top.)

  3. Click the "Access" tab at the top of the page.

  4. Click the building that they have access to/that you wish to adjust access for.

  5. You can click on the respective tab to edit units or spaces on this page.

  6. From here, toggle on/off all locks you wish to edit. This will either remove/add access for this staff member. You will receive a confirmation message that a lock has successfully been toggled.

  7. Done! βœ…

Please note: If your community uses key fobs, your team will still need to Update Locks (also called "Updating Key Access") for all Bluetooth locks after making these adjustments.

For Residents

  1. To edit a resident's access, click on "Residents & Stays."

  2. Click the stay with the resident's name you want to edit access for.
    (Additionally, you can search for them using the search bar at the top.)

  3. Click on the resident's name.

  4. Click the "Access" tab at the top of the page.

  5. Click the building that they have access to/that you wish to adjust access for.

  6. You can click on the respective tab to edit units or spaces on this page.

  7. From here, toggle on/off all locks you wish to edit. This will either remove/add access for this resident. You will receive a confirmation message that a lock has successfully been toggled.

  8. Done! βœ…

Please note: If your community uses key fobs, your team will still need to Update Locks (also called "Updating Key Access") for all Bluetooth locks after making these adjustments.

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