How To Give Multicraft Access to a Friend (Sub Account)
This guide will show you how to create and set up a secondary Multicraft account with access to your server.
If you want to give Multicraft access to the server to any of your friends but don’t want to give your credentials, you can simply create a new secondary account.
🌲 Creating a New Account 🌲
First, you need to have a new registration:
In your Multicraft Panel, before logging in, there is an option to register a new user. Just click on Register Here. Here you can find the registration page.
Follow all steps. (Username, Password, Confirm Password, Email, and Verification Code)
Click on Register.
Now you've just created a secondary Multicraft account.
🔒 Giving Permissions to Your Other Account 🔒
Once you have a new account, you need to give Multicraft server access to this user.
Log in to Multicraft here. (with your primary account)
At the bottom of your server page, click on Show Permissions, then set the Server Visibility to Users with Roles only. Click on Save at the end.
Go to Advanced and click on Users.
Type your friend’s username and give him permission according to your needs.
Remember that after typing the username, you need to press "Enter" on your keyboard. It will show your friend’s account configuration access, and you can set it for whatever you want.
Set the FTP access to "Full Access" and set the Role to "Co-owner" as well.
Now your friend has an account on your Multicraft Panel.
If you want him to only be able to see the server console, set the role to "Moderator" instead.
If you find any issues giving Multicraft server access to any of your friends, please contact us on live chat or via the ticket system.
❕ Useful Links ❕
- Reset your Multicraft Password
- Getting Started! - How to Access and Use Your Multicraft Panel
- How to Upload a World to Your Server
Updated on: 06/12/2023