View a User's BrandMe Page from the Admin Console
How do I view a user's BrandMe page?
You may want to view a user's BrandMe page to:
- Check the data displayed for a user on the BrandMe page
- See the progress when editing the design of a BrandMe page
To access a BrandMe page
In the admin console:
- Go to USERS > SIGNATURE METADATA
- Search for your user's correct signature metadata and double click the record
- Click on VIEW BRANDME PAGE
This will load the BrandMe page for that user's specific signature metadata.
Note: Users may have more than one signature and therefore more than one BrandMe Page. To control what is displayed on the BrandMe page, go to your Company Settings in the Admin Console.
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