Many of the features described below are only available to Honey admins. If you have questions about who can or cannot see these settings, please don't hesitate to send us a note. We'd be happy to help!

If you're a Honey admin, understanding your Honey organization's settings and permissions will ensure that your organization stays secure and organized to your liking. 

Accessing your admin settings pages. 

All of your admin settings live in the same place, which you can find via the cog gear in the bottom of your lefthand navigation menu. Here's how... 

  1. Click the gear icon at the bottom of your lefthand navigation menu. 
  2. Select Admin from the menu.

In the sections below, we'll walk you through all of your admin pages and the tools within them. 

Adding or editing your organization's name and description.

  1. Click the gear icon at the bottom of your lefthand navigation menu. 
  2. Select Admin from the menu. By default, you'll land on the General page. 
  3. At the top of this page, you can edit your organization's name and description to your liking. 
  4. Click the blue Save Settings button at the bottom of the page. 
  5. Click the Close button in the page header to vision your your new organization name and description in action. 

Adding or editing your organization's icon and cover photo.

  1. Click the gear icon at the bottom of your lefthand navigation menu. 
  2. Select Admin from the menu. By default, you'll land on the General page. 
  3. At the top of this page, use the camera buttons on the icon and cover photo spaces to update your imagery. 
  4. Click the Close button in the page header to vision your your new organization avatar and cover photo in action. 

Configuring your organizations settings and permissions. 

Your General page includes a number of options to manage content, user, and notification permissions. To access and edit these permissions...

  1. Click the gear icon at the bottom of your lefthand navigation menu. 
  2. Select Admin from the menu. By default, you'll land on the General page. 
  3. On this page, use the toggles to configure your settings permissions as needed. 
  4. Click the blue Save Settings button at the bottom of the page. 

Here's a list of the available settings options on this page... 

  • Disable All Invites.
    When toggled on, no one can send organization or group invitations via email. NOTE: When toggled on, users can still join Honey via invite link and verified domain. 
  • Restrict Organization Invites.
    When toggled on, only Honey admins can send organization invites via email. 
  • Restrict Group Invites.
    When toggled on, only Honey admins and moderators can send group invites via email. 
  • Disable Group Creation.
    When toggled on, only Honey admins can create new Honey groups.
  • Restrict Integration Creation.
    When toggled on, only Honey admins can create Slack, RSS, and social media integrations. 
  • Send Weekly "Important News" Digest.
    When toggled on, all users—no matter their notification settings—will receive a Friday email listing new members, new groups, and announcements from the previous seven days. 

Additional admin settings.

Once you're done with the settings on your General page, you'll likely want to dig in to the other admin pages available to you—all of which you can access in your Admin page header. 

The links in each of these bullet points will take you a new FAQ page where you can learn all about the tools on these pages. 

  • Members page.
    Your members page is where you can manage your Honey users and manage admin permissions.
  • Guests page.
    Your guests page is where you can manage your guest users.
  • Invitations page.
    Your invitations page is where you can invite new Honey users via email or via invite URL.  
  • Domains page.
    Your domains page is where you can add and manage the company domains you've added to your Honey organization.
  • Single Sign-On page.
    Your single sign-page is where you can set up and configure your SSO integration.
  • Integrations page.
    Your integrations page is where you can edit or delete all of the Slack, RSS, and social media integrations in your organization.
  • Export page.
    Your export page is where you can download an export of all your Honey content.
  • Billing page.
    Your billing page—only visible to your billing owner—is where you can manage your subscription if you pay us via credit card. 
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