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Managing Multiple Sites

Hi everyone. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to run UserWay accessibility widget on multiple sites and how you will be able to manage them all from one place.Woman wearing a UserWay shirt is speaking, her video is in a small box in the lower left corner of the screen. This box remains throughout the video.

The main screen shows a digital film producer’s website. A slideshow of stills from the producer’s work plays throughout the tutorial.

I’m using a site [on which] the widget has already been installed.The cursor moves to the UserWay widget icon in the web page’s upper right corner and clicks it. The “Accessibility” menu appears.
So, if I click on “Manage” we’ll access the widget’s settings.The cursor moves to the “Manage” link in the menu’s lower left and clicks on it. The “Settings” menu appears.
First thing, let’s look for our embed script. Here it is – “View the embed script.”The cursor scrolls down the “Settings” menu to the “View the widget’s embed script” link near the bottom of the list and clicks on it. The “Embed Script” window appears, with the “Basic” tab highlighted.
So, we paste this code on other sites. You will be able to run multiple sites under the same account. If you need help to install this cold on your site, you can check our tutorials. You’ll learn how to add this code in different platforms like WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, and more.The “Embed Script” window appears, with the “Basic” tab highlighted and the basis script displaying in the window
Now, I’m going back to widget settings.The cursor clicks the “back” arrow in the “Embed script” window. The “Settings” menu appears.
So, if I access “My Sites,” here you will see all of the sites where you’ve added the code. I have 10 different sites, and I can manage them all from here. You don’t have to go to each site to manage the widget You can do everything from here.The cursor clicks “My Sites (10)” link in the menu. The “My Sites” window appears with a list of websites. The cursor scrolls the list of 10 websites.
So, let’s click on this site. Click on the gear, and you access the settings.The cursor clicks on one of the sites in the list, then clicks on the gear icon that appears to its right. The “Site Settings” menu appears.
[You] can manage the basic settings, like button color, the type, the size.
Remember that whatever you change here, it will overwrite any changes made at the global level.
The cursor clicks the “Basic Settings” link.
The menu displays the basic setting options.
So, go back. You can modify the main menu, check your white label settings, custom branding, and also your usage statistics.The cursor clicks the back arrow and the “Site Settings” menu appears.
If I go back, I’m back to all my sites. So, you can do this with any other site.The cursor clicks the back arrow and the “My Sites” menu appears.
I’m going into another one. So, you click on the gearThe cursor clicks on a web site listed in the menu, then clicks the gear icon. The “Site Settings” menu appears.
You’ll find that you will also be able to customize your basic settings, modify the menu, white label, custom branding and also user statistics and everything from one place.The UserWay logo and thumbnails overlay the website background.
Learn how to customize your widget’s look and feel, enable white label, agency mode, and other upgrades, check out the links in the description below. Also, don’t forget to subscribe!The web site fades, and the host appears in full screen, amid the logo and thumbnails.

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