Give others access to my GoDaddy account
You can give access to your GoDaddy account to another person, such as your web designer or developer, without revealing your password or payment information. These delegates may also purchase products for your account if you permit that level of access.
If you are the designer or developer who needs access to another person's account, you can request it from the account owner.
Note: This article assumes you own the account. Delegates must have a GoDaddy account to accept your invitation to access your account. On accepting your invitation, they're prompted to log in, or to create an account if they don't already have one.
- Log in to your GoDaddy account.
- Click this icon in the upper-right corner:
- Click Account Settings.
- Click Delegate Access.
- In the People who can access my account area, click Grant Access.
- Complete the following fields:
Field What to do... Name Enter the name of the person you are giving access to. This name will appear on the email invitation the person will receive, and in your list of people who can access your account. Enter the person's email address. It doesn't have to be the email address for their GoDaddy account, but to accept your invitation the person must have an account with us. When delegates without a GoDaddy account accept your invitation, we'll prompt them to create an account. Access level requested Select the level of access you want the person to have as your delegate. If you'd like more details about what this will (or will not) let the delegate do, see Delegate access: Levels of permission.
- Click Invite.
We'll send the person an email invitation to access your account. Once the person accepts, we'll let you know. No further action is required from you.
- Pending delegate access requests cannot be cancelled. They will expire automatically if they are not accepted within 48-72 hours.
- Change a delegate's access level