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Meraki Go - Managing Multiple Sites

Overview

You can use a single account to manage multiple locations in the Meraki Go app. It is common to deploy Meraki Go to more than one site. In these scenarios, our philosophy towards managing these sites is inclusive of all stakeholders. This article covers what steps are necessary to use one account to login to numerous different networks in the app.

Setup Steps

Following this guide you can quickly and easily manage multiple locations, all while seeing the same data and configuration as each involved party.

 

  1. Each location should follow the on-boarding instructions to create an account, install the equipment, and gain access to the wealth of information contained in the app about their site.

  2. Once an account has been created for each site from step #1, adding an additional administrator is straightforward. Follow these instructions to add another user to the account.

As one email address is added to multiple accounts, that particular user will see multiple options upon logging in to decide which network to manage.

Example Scenario

Take for example three individuals working together to run a coffee business: Joe, Bob, and Sally. Joe, the owner, wants to provide a robust network that is easy to manage for Bob and Sally’s stores. Using the setup steps above, the following scenario plays out:

  1. Bob and Sally follow step #1 to get their stores online quickly and efficiently.

  2. Bob and Sally follow instructions in step #2 to invite Joe as a new administrator for the network.

The end result is that Joe, when logging in, is asked which network to manage: Bob or Sally’s.

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