Sub-users can be used to create additional users for an account. You can create and maintain Sub-users on the "User Menu->Sub-users" page.
Pro 2 level accounts can create up to 5 Sub-users. Pro 3 level accounts can create up to 20 Sub-users.
On the Sub-users page, click the "New" button and enter a unique name in the "Username" field. Next, choose the type of Sub-user to create and, for Limited Sub-users, assign permissions. When you are finished, click the "Save" button.
Once the Sub-user is created, distribute the login information along with the login link. Sub-users you create should log in via the account-specific link shown on the Sub-users page.
On the Sub-users page, use the selector on the left to select a Sub-user. Modify any settings. When you are finished, click the "Save" button. To delete the Sub-user, click the "Delete" button.
Admin users can do anything the account owner can do, except access the "User Menu->Profile" page.
To prevent a Sub-user from logging in without deleting their account, set the Sub-user's "Enabled" setting to "No".
Note that any Sub-users with write access to at least one form will share access to the files on the "Files & Images" page and can view/delete/update these files.
A common use of Sub-users is to limit access to specific forms. Suppose one department in your organization has a survey form. This department may not want other departments to edit the form or view its results.
On the Sub-users page, create a Sub-user for each department. Then, assign permissions so that each user has Read/Write access only to the forms that should belong to its department.
The account owner's user (the username the account was created with) is separate from Sub-users. Settings for the account owner's user are on the "User Menu->Profile" page. This user cannot be deleted and is not included in the Sub-user count.
You can use the "User Menu->Log" page to audit a Sub-user's actions. When a Sub-user is deleted, its username will show as "N/A" in the Log.