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How to archive / unarchive Users in the Pult App
How to archive / unarchive Users in the Pult App

Archiving Users in the Pult App

Guillaume Baligand avatar
Written by Guillaume Baligand
Updated over a week ago

In the Pult app, admins have the ability to both archive and unarchive users. Archiving users can help manage former employees or individuals who temporarily don't need access to the system. Conversely, unarchiving users allows you to restore access for users when necessary. This guide explains how to perform both operations.

How to Archive a User

  1. Navigate to the User Management page: Log into your Pult account and navigate to "People", then select "User Management". Here, you'll find a list of all employees in the system, along with their information such as name, email, team, and role.

  2. Find the user you want to archive: You can find a specific user by searching their name, email, or other details in the search bar.

  3. Select the user and archive: Once you've located the user you wish to archive, click on their name to open their profile. Within their profile, you should find an option to "Archive" the user..

Viewing Archived Users

To view archived users, look for the "Archived Users" section at the bottom of the User Management page.

The number next to "Archived Users" indicates how many users have been archived.

Click on this section to view all archived users.

How to Unarchive a User

  1. Find the user you want to unarchive: Use the search bar to find the user you want to unarchive by their name or email.

  2. Select the user and unarchive: Once you've found the user you want to restore, click the "Unarchive" button next to their name.

Unarchiving a user will restore their previous access and permissions in the Pult system.

If you have further questions about archiving users, please reach out to our support team.

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