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More powerful website access management

With today’s launch of what we’ve internally called the “user-centric dashboard”, we finally resolved the tedious issue that giving users access required adding their SSH keys to each new website over and over again. Every user now maintains their personal list of SSH keys in their user account. You grant them access to a website simply by referencing their email address. This should reduce adding SSH keys directly to a website to a rarely used feature.

This also means that you can add any user with the same ease, regardless if they’re a part of your company or not. There’s no more need to create additional dashboard user accounts for client clusters!

Please check out “Managing User Access” for the details.