As an entrepreneur, at certain times you might need to provide your GTM account access to other people such as your SEO manager, GTM manager or anybody responsible. This is needed so that they can implement tracking events or codes. Google Tag Manager is a great tool to manage tags without the help of a developer.
Today, you will learn “How to give user permissions in GTM?” and give access to your GTM account without sharing your credentials.
In GTM things are a little different than usual. You need to understand these differences first.
So there are two types of user management sections in your Google Tag Manager:
The difference between the two is:
Account User Management: This is for your main website or domain. For example, GTM account is for “xyz.com”(main domain).
Account user management has 2 types of user access:
Container User Management: Container or containers are meant for your subdomains. For example, GTM container is for “blog.xyz.com, contact.xyz.com”(subdomain)
Container user management has many types of user access:
An account can have multiple containers. You can provide access to your account or for containers as per your needs.
Here is how you can provide user access to your GTM account:
Step 1: Go to the Admin area
Step 2: In the account user management, go to user management
Step 3: Click on the “+” icon
Step 4: Click on “Add Users”
Step 5: Enter the Email address of the person
Step 6: Choose the level of access
Step 7: Click on the “Invite” button
The user will receive an invitation email and will be needed to accept the invitation to get permission.
And that’s how it is done. We hope that this information would be helpful to you and now you know how to give user permissions to other people.