Note: Only users with Admin permissions can manage users. If you do not have the correct permissions, please contact your internal Virtuous admin for assistance.
Before you add new users, you'll first want to confirm the Current Default Permission group for your organization is correct. To do so, hover over the left side bar, then select Settings. Under Settings, select All Settings.
Next, make sure you're on the Team tab - this will take you to a screen where you will find the Permissions box. Select the Permissions button.
The standard default in Virtuous is "Admin," meaning that any new users will be added to Virtuous with full system administrator permissions. It's generally best to add new users at the "User" level, and then increase their permission level once they have set up their account. To learn more about customizing user permissions, check out our support article on the topic.
Once you've confirmed that the Current Default permission level is correct, navigate back to All Settings again, make sure you're on the Team tab, and then select "Team Members."
Click on the blue button in the upper-right labeled "Invite a Team Member."
You'll be prompted to enter the email addresses for any users you wish to invite, ensure the Permission Group is correct, include a personalized message to welcome your team into Virtuous, and assign an Organization Group with or without a filter.
Once those users have accepted their invitation to Virtuous, meaning they have set up their login and password, the indicator will disappear and the user's name and avatar icon (if they choose to upload one) will be shown in the user list.