This powerful feature allows companies to take greater control over user accounts with email addresses on a particular “domain” (eg, everything after the “@” in an email address). Domain Control feature is most often used by companies looking to centrally manage employees, or to centrally import company cards. Domain control is only available on the Corporate plan.
With domain control, you can:
Require strict adherence to policy workflows
Require strict enforcement of policy rules
Disable select features including login selection, policy creation and policy selection
Delete user accounts
Set multiple permission levels
Import company cards
Setting Up Domain Control
Before starting, make sure that you have upgraded to the Corporate Plan.
Step 1: Go to Admin > Domain Control and click “Get in control”.
Step 2: You will then need to verify ownership of this domain before continuing. You may need to consult your organization’s IT department to complete the verification process.
You have two very simple methods to verify your domain:
1. Host a File
2. Add a DNS Record
Remove all other entries to your DNS TXT record before adding the verification code provided. You can then verify the domain ownership. After the verification you can remove the verification code and put back the original DNS txt information, if you deleted in the prior step.
Managing Domain Control
Visit the Admin tab to manage Domain Control.
Domain Members Page
From the Domain Members page you can:
- Add and delete user accounts.
- Move users between permission groups.
- Designate domain administrators. Domain administrators have the ability to edit Domain Control settings.
From this page you will be able to create permission groups and edit current permission group settings.
Company Cards Page
From this page, centrally administer company cards to specific employees.
From this page, easily reconcile all unreported and/or reported expenses from specific date ranges.