Corporate IT Management gives you full visibility and management of all users and spaces in your organization's domain. You can read more about specific features provided here. 

Corporate IT Management is a separate license and is charged based on the number of users (editors and viewers) in Spaces across all domains that are connected to the account. You can have unlimited Corporate IT Management Admin users. Those Admin users do not have any ability to create content. The license is completely separate from the Free, Pro and Enterprise Editor licenses and viewer permissions that are needed to create, collaborate on, and view content.  

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Accessing and Setting up Corporate IT Management
 
Once set up, the user who requested the Corporate IT Management will be able to access it through the new icon in the upper right icon menu. 

At this point your Corporate IT Management will not have any data and you will be the only Admin in it as your domain has not been verified. 

When you add a domain, you will receive an automated email with a DNS TXT String that you need to give to your domain administrator to add as a new DNS record. You can also go to the "domains" section to get the DNS TXT String from there, as your email domain has been already added, but not validated


You can also add another domain; there is no limit to how many domains can be associated, provided you control them. To verify them, you need to add the DNS TXT String as a new DNS record for your domain for each one. Once that is done, click "Verify domain". You will now have visibility and control over all spaces and users associated with that domain. 

Adding Admins

You can have unlimited Corporate IT Management Admin users. To add a new Admin, you first need to verify your domain(s). Then you can add any user from that domain as an Admin. Click on the "Admins" icon in the left icon menu and then press "Add" in the upper right corner. Start typing the name or email address of the user, and the system will give you suggestions based on users in your verified domain(s). 

If you have multiple domains added to your Corporate IT Management, you won't be able to remove a domain if there is any Corporate IT Management Admin from that domain. You would first need to remove the user, and then you would be able to remove the domain. 

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