WeTravel "Team Members" allows you to give other users access to manage your trips on your behalf. Here is how:

Add a team member
Go to "Profile" 

Click on "Team Members" and then the "Add Team Member" link

Specify the team member's permissions
In the popup to add a team member, you have several choices:


Email: Add the team member's email. If that team member does not have a WeTravel account yet, an invitation email will be sent to the email address you provide. As soon as the team member signs up on WeTravel, they will be a team member. If the team member already has a WeTravel account associated with that email account, they will automatically become an active team member

Create Trips:
Decide if you want to let the team member create trips in your name and on your behalf. Even if they create trips in your name, they will still not be able to control funds. Only you as the main account holder will have access to initiate the payout of funds.

Access to trips: Decide which trips you want the team member be able to access. You can select all trips, only selected trips (via a tick-box feature), or just give the team member access to trips they've created themselves.

Removing Access
Once you added team members, you can always edit their access or remove their access completely:

View for the team member
The team member will see all trips that you have given them access to in their "My Trips" list. If they are co-organizing a trip of yours, they will see  "Created by" next to the trip. In the example below, "Bethanie Thompson" is the main account holder who has added "Lowell Smith" as a team member and given him access to her trip.


Permissions of team members:
Anyone that you add as a team member can edit and manage the trips you give them access to. They can, for example, change the trip description, deactivate the trip, issue refunds, set custom prices, cancel bookings and download payment histories and participant information via excel.

Team members can NOT access or transfer the collected funds, even if they created the trip. They also can't see the amount of funds the main account holder currently has available in her/his WeTravel account. Only the main account holder can initiate the transfer of funds from her/his WeTravel account.


Team Member FAQ:

I'm co-organizing a trip, how can I add the co-organizer to the trip page?
Giving a team member access to your trip does not change the way the trip is displayed to participants. Other team members will be able to manage your trip, but your participants won't know that. You as the main account holder will still show up as the only organizer. 

If you want to show participants that the trip is co-organized, there are two ways to display that: 

  1. Change your existing profile (or create a new user) with the profile name being a combination of your names (e.g. "Bethanie & Lowell" instead of "Bethanie Thompson").
  2. Add a custom paragraph "Organizers" in the "Trip Description" when you create your trip. In this paragraph, you can give more information about the various organizers.

How can I give access to a team member to a few selected trips AND also all the trips that she/he created?
If you tick the box "Allow team member to create trips on my behalf", team members will automatically have access to the trips they created (until you delete them). So, if you want to give them access to a few selected trips in addition to the trips they've created, simply tick the box "Allow team members to create trips on my behalf" AND click "Select Trips" for the trips you've previously created and want to also provide them access to.


What emails/notifications will I receive? What emails does a team member receive?
If a trip is created by you and you give access to a team member, you will receive all the notifications related to that trip (your team member will not receive notifications).

If a trip is created by your team member on your behalf, then you will BOTH receive all notification emails related to that trip (new bookings, inquiries from participants, etc.).

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