How do I add a new user in Control Panel?

1. Log into the Control Panel. Depending on your provider, this may require credentials such as a username and password. You may also be required to answer additional security questions such as an email address or phone number.

2. Choose the option to add a new user. This will open up a new window or page that allows you to create a new user.

3. Enter information about the new user. This includes a username, a password, and any additional information that the Control Panel requires. Make sure to make the password secure by using a combination of numbers, letters, and special characters.

4. Click “Submit” to add the user. If the information is incomplete or invalid, the Control Panel will inform you and provide instructions for how to correct it.

5. The new user should now be active in the Control Panel. You can confirm this by logging out and then logging back in with the new user’s credentials.

6. Assign roles and permissions to the new user. Each role and permission can be individually assigned or grouped together. Some roles include Administrator, Developer, User, and Guest.

7. Click “Save” to save your changes. You will receive a confirmation message that the new user has been successfully added to the Panel.

8. Once the user has been successfully added, you can edit additional information about their account. This includes the user’s avatar, the ability to manage their own profile, and access to other areas of the Control Panel.

9. Monitor the user’s activity. This can help you track usage and detect any suspicious activity.

10. Finally, remove the user when they no longer require access to the Control Panel. This is done via the same page or window that was used to create the user, and is typically performed using the “Delete” button.