What’s the difference between admin console and view teams?
In SignNow, the admin console has tremendous advantages for you and your organization. In the admin console, you can utilize your role as an admin and manage and organize documents efficiently. The admin can also manage and create templates for other team members, as well as monitor the status of documents that’ve been sent out for signing.
In its most basic sense, the Admin Console manages seats (users) on your account while View Teams manages team members and shared documents.
With the Admin Console, seats provide people with access to more features on SignNow. Typically, there is a limited number of seats a user can have, as opposed to teams where you can add as many team members as you want or need.
One of the main differences is that a team only provides people with the ability to share, edit, and view documents with one another.
The Admin Console will also change based on your status within SignNow or a SignNow team. For example, if you are the admin of a team, you can edit who is in your team and who can view documents. You can even view other team member’s documents. If you are the admin of a team, you can edit many of these options within the Admin Console.
Additional benefits to the admin console include handling license agreements, and being independent of the team structure. The admin also has the option to add or remove people from their team. In the admin console, you’ll have more freedom and independence in terms of managing and organizing team documents at your own dispense.
Oftentimes, many people get SignNow teams and the admin console confused. SignNow teams allow you to manage, sign, and send documents across a group of people or organization. The team admin has access to the admin console where they can manage, sign, send, and monitor all team documents.
To learn more about SignNow teams and how they operate, please read our other University article, “How do SignNow teams work?”