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How to Add and Manage Clients with Maestro

Adding Clients

Adding clients on the Maestro dashboard is the first step to add your sites.
On logging into your Maestro dashboard, you will see the default screen as below:

Clicking on +Add Client opens a pop-up where you can simply enter the name of your client. Please note that this name need not be linked to any existing Bluehost's customer’s or account holder’s name - it is simply meant for you to organize your dashboard by categorizing your sites under clients.

After entering the name, click on the Go button. You will now see a new client added to your Clients tab. You can now start adding websites under this client by clicking on +Add WP Site.


How to Manage Clients

You can edit your clients’ profile information, rename clients or delete them from your Maestro account.

Manage Client Profile

Click on your client to go into their details view. Here you can see the list of websites you manage for them. Click on the Profile tab to view / add / edit their information.

You will see the following page by default for any client:

You can add more details for the client’s profile by clicking on Edit and entering that information.

Rename Client and Delete Client

On your Maestro dashboard, clicking on the more menu to the extreme right of each client, you will see two options to either Rename Client or Delete Client.

On clicking on Rename Client, you will be given the ability to change the name you had given to the client.

On clicking on Delete Client you can remove the client from your Maestro dashboard. In case you have added any websites under this client, you will lose access to those websites also.

Please note, this action cannot be undone. You will have to re-initiate the client and website addition process to be re-authorized to access the websites.

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