Breww allows you to add multiple new users to your Breww account free of charge and gives flexibility on what areas of Breww you allow invited users to access.
New users can be added by heading to Settings → Invite new users . Here, you can add the new user’s email address and assign a user group from the following:
- Beer duty
- Brewery admin
The user group assigned at this stage represents their primary group. If the user needs access to multiple groups, for example, sales and production, an admin can give further permissions once the user has been created. Once the details are filled in, you can hit Send invite.
The new user will receive an invitation email from Breww, where they will have two links:
A link to create a Breww account using their email address. This is entirely separate from the brewery that has invited the new user, as the new user will need a unique Breww account before they can accept an invite to a brewery.
Once the new user has created a unique account with Breww using their email address, they can select the second link, which is the invitation to join the brewery with the access you granted them.
If a user receives an error message saying that they already have an account, this will mean that the email they used has already been registered with Breww. So long as they have access to this email, they should be able to use the forgotten password feature when attempting to log in to gain access to their Breww account, and they will then be able to accept the invite linked. A user’s login is specific to them, not the brewery, and can be used to access multiple breweries so long as they have been invited.
Upon acceptance of the invitation sent, you will see their profile appear in Settings → User & security settings. Selecting their profile will give you an overview of what areas of Breww they currently have access to and options to add other user groups and permissions to their profile. Manage user’s groups will allow you to give the user access to the related content for that group within Breww, whereas Manage users additional permissions will allow you to assign a more comprehensive set of tools to the user. By selecting brewery admin, they will automatically get full use of all these areas.