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Inviting Users

You can invite new users to join your Kore.ai account. On the Enrollment > Invite page, you just need to enter the email address for one or more members and then click Send Invitations. An email invitation to join your Kore.ai account is sent to the user to become a Kore.ai user.

You should use the Invite page to create invitations if you only have a few members to invite, for example, between one and ten. If you have many users to invite, you can create invitations to join Kore.ai using a predefined list of members.

BotsEnrollmentInvitePage

Inviting Individual Users

You can invite one or more users to become Kore.ai users by defining their email address. This topic describes how to add specific users to your account using their individual email address.

To invite users to your account

  1. In the Enrollment module, on the Invite page, enter the email address of the member to invite, for example, example@kore.com.
  2. Click Send Invitations.

The invitations are sent to the members defined.
Invite a User Page

Invite Page Controls

The following table describes the controls on the Invite page that you can use to invite users to join your Kore.ai account.

COLUMN DESCRIPTION
Email Enter the email address. .
Clear All Click to delete email addresses from the Email text boxes.
Send Invitations Click to send Kore.ai invitation emails to all email addresses defined.

After you send invitations to enroll users in Kore.ai, the invitee must validate their email address to register as a Kore.ai user. After registration, the user is available in your account.

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