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Enabling and adding users with auto-join

Auto-join lets your users join your Bonusly account by clicking a link

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Written by Adrianne Hipsher
Updated over a week ago

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- Admins ๐ŸŽ‰

- Pro & Core Accounts ๐Ÿ’ผ

To make adding users easier, you can allow email addresses from certain domains to join your account with a link.ย 

โ—๏ธNote: Before enabling auto-join, you'll want to make sure that your domain names are set. You can check out this article for directions on setting your domain name.ย 

Enabling auto-join

To enable auto-join, head over to the Company > Recognition Settings page. First, click on "Show Advanced Settings":

Then, near the bottom you should see a checkbox labeled 'Allow Auto-Join.' Check it, and click the 'Save Settings' button at the bottom of the page.

In our example above, Bonusly has the auto-join feature enabled. Anyone with an email address ending in will be able to join Bonusly's account if they're given the auto-join link.

Once you've enabled auto-join, you can share your company invite link as you please. Users will be able to sign up and will be added to your organization's account! ๐ŸŽ‰ย 

Helpful tips

  • You're not limited to auto-join from one domain โ€” you can have as many as you need! Check out this article to read about how to change or set additional domain names.ย 

  • For security purposes, email address from public email providers (e.g. emails ending in,, etc.) are not eligible for auto-join. You'll need to add users with these email addresses manually. For an easy way to add users from a list of email addresses, take a look at bulk adding users by email address. ๐Ÿ‘ย 

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