Giving Delegate Access to my GoDaddy Account
Giving someone delegate access to your GoDaddy account is a very simple process. Follow these 3 steps and you and your web developer should be well on their way to getting your site up and running.
But wait! Is it safe to give someone access to my GoDaddy account!
The answer can be yes and no! If you provide someone your login details (username, account number and password), then you put yourself at risk. Trust is a fickle thing and our advice is to never give out this information. However, if you utilize the tools given to you by GoDaddy, then this can be a very safe and secure process. Providing delegate access allows you as the customer and account holder to retain control; giving you the option to upgrade, downgrade, or even revoke someone’s access.
Follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Login to godaddy.com and go to “My Products”
Step 2: In the top left hand corner, click on “Account Settings,” then scroll & click on “Delegate Access”
Step 3: On the right side of the screen, click the “Grant Access” button and fill in the necessary information of the individual you wanting to access your account
Step 4: Choose the level of access the individual should have, and then click “Invite”
You’re all done! The person you invited will receive an email from GoDaddy and will need to accept the invite within 48 hours. If they do not, you will have to send them an invite again by repeating the steps above.