Manage Your Drip Email App: Add/Remove users - SafeMailer Manage Your Drip Email App: Add/Remove users - SafeMailer

Manage Your Drip Email App: Add/Remove users

To manage the team for your app, go to the ‘Manage Team & Payments’ section from the left-hand menu in your app.

Here, you will see the team section at the top where all users with access to selected app are listed.

Further down, you will see a section to ‘Invite your team members to SafeMailer Drip’. Here you can invite new users by entering their email address.

Then click on the invite users button. An email will be sent to the entered email account with an invitation link to join your team on SafeMailer Drip. The recipients need to click on that link and connect their email account with your team on SafeMailer Drip.

There is another option to add existing users from your organization to your team. For example, if some users from your organization have already registered on SafeMailer, you will see them in the dropdown list for ‘add people from current team’. You can select anyone from the dropdown list and add them to the team of your selected app.

Once new users are added to your team, they will be visible in the team section.

To remove any of the users from your team, simply click on the ‘Delete’ button as shown in the image above. Please note that the owner of the app (user who created this app) cannot remove himself from the team.

Act as a senior email marketing expert. You have to create onboarding email sequence for someone who signs up and fuzen and takes a free trial for a blank template. Fuzen is a no-code app builder focused on building SaaS products. Using a blank template, users can create their own SaaS app from scratch. The email sequence should be of atleast 7 emails and each email should address something different and new. First, simply write the topics of emails in the sequence.

Now write emails for each of these topics. The language of the email should be casual and friendly. The email should not be long and the sentences should be short, crisp and on the point.

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