Turn on Tender Access Control for your organization's Platinum account
- When logged into BidContender, click on your name in the top, right corner of the screen and from the drop down options available, click on Account Settings
- To turn the Tender Access Control feature on for your organization’s Platinum account, you must first have Org Admin rights allocated to you. To check that you have Org Admin rights, click into the Users tab and look for your name on the allocated users’ list. If there is a tick in the Org Admin column against your name, you can complete the task. If not, contact your colleague that does
- Move to the Profile tab and click on the Edit Profile button
- Scroll to the bottom of the screen to the Tender access control heading. Select the On option to enable this feature – this will allow only the Org Admins to create new tenders. By default, new tenders will then have access control turned on. The Org Admins can then grant other users in your organization, access to the tenders. If you prefer to allow all users within your organization to create and access the tenders, then simply select the Off option. With this option, by default, new tenders have access control turned off.
- Click the Save Profile button
By turning Tender Access Control on, this allows only your account Org Admins to create tenders as well as turn on access control for new tenders, by default. This means, Org Admins can then control who has access to those individual tenders and can also control which of those individuals will or will not have access to the quotes relating to those tenders.
All your organization’s nominated administrators will have full access to all tenders, automatically.
This feature is available for Platinum account holders only.
As an organization administrator for your organization's account, to determine how to create a tender and select users within your organization that will be granted access to the tender – please refer to the article titled ‘Restrict who has access to your tenders within your organization.’