If you’re a Super-user it’s easy to add a new user to your Account. 1. Select the Users tab 2. Select the ‘Add New User’ button 3. Complete the form (as below) by selecting the appropriate site to add the user to, and entering the name, username and email of the new user. Assign them ..
If you try and log in to find that your account is suspended then get in touch with a member of the LUS Team, by email at email@example.com or call 01254 669002. Accounts become suspended if the trial or subscription period has expired or if there is a problem with ..
Super-users can deactivate users from their accounts. Deactivating a user removes them from your account’s user list, meaning they will no longer receive newsletters or be able to access the account. However the user’s comments and activity on the account will remain in place. 1. Click the Users tab 2. Click Deactivate next to their ..
There are several different user levels available on LUS. These control the ‘editing’ and ‘read-only’ access of team members to your account: Super-user – In multi-site accounts a Super-user has User rights at all the sites. They can edit and delete comments made by other users in the Legislation Register. They can add new users to ..
If you want to see the changes that are being made to your registers then have a look at the Activity Report. 1. Select the My Account tab 2. Under Account Reports select Activity Report 3. The page displays records of the activity on the account, including changes to the Legislation Registers such as comments ..
1. If you’re logged in and would like to change your password, just select the My Account tab 2. Under User Details select the Change Password button 3. Enter you new password and select the Change Passw..
If you want to export data from your LUS account into spreadsheets such as your legislation register you need to use Backup Site Data. Click the My Account tab Under Account Reports click Backup Site Data Those with Single site access (Single site accounts or Users and Observers in Multi-site accounts) will see the following ..