You can invite users to dynamic tag management and assign user roles and add users to groups.
You must have administrative privileges to invite a new user in dynamic tag management. Administrators are automatically granted permissions to a new property.
You can invite users to the Adobe Experience Cloud with the Adobe Admin Console (the preferred method) or you can use the legacy provisioning process in Dynamic Tag Management .
DTM accounts created after April 5, 2016 are managed by administrators using the Adobe Admin Console in the Adobe Experience Cloud. To manage other users, the DTM administrator must be a Experience Cloud administrator in the Adobe Admin Console. For more information, see Delegate Administrative Roles to Users in the Experience Cloud and Core Services Product Documentation.
For accounts created before April 5, 2016, users are managed using the Users page in DTM. For more information, see users.html#concept_A388FB8AC6834CEE88CAD9F8756A8A21.
There are a few scenarios to keep in mind when deciding whether to provision new users with the Experience Cloud using the Adobe Admin Console or by using the legacy provisioning process in DTM.
Recommended best practice is to provision new users using the Adobe Admin Console. However, if there is any chance that these new users (consultants or agency representatives, for example) will need to access an account provisioned using the legacy process, you should provision that user in DTM and then link the account to the Experience Cloud.
The provisioning process in the Adobe Admin Console is forward-looking and not backwards compatible.
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By then end of this video you should be able to:
Information to help you create user groups in the Adobe Experience Cloud, invite new users to the Experience Cloud, and to manage web property access in Dynamic Tag Management (DTM).
From within the Adobe Admin Console, click Users.
Click to add a new user.
(Conditional) To add the user to multiple groups click the drop-down list, then select the product.
After the user is invited, they receive an invite email to the Experience Cloud.
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By the end of this video you should be able to:
Invite New Users to DTM using the Legacy Provisioning Process
From your company dashboard, click Users.
(Conditional) Click Restrict to Experience Cloud to force all users in the company to log in to dynamic tag management using Adobe Experience Cloud credentials rather than using the legacy/company login process.
If this option is selected, all users for the company must authenticate via the Experience Cloud and link their DTM accounts. If users log in to DTM using legacy/company credentials, they will be able to view their company account, but they won't be able to access it. A message will display informing them that they must log in via the Experience Cloud.
The company admin can reverse this option at any time by deselecting this option.
For more information about logging in to the Experience Cloud, see Sign in to the Adobe Experience Cloud. For more information about the Experience Cloud, see the Experience Cloud and Core Services Product Documentation.
Click Invite User.
Enter the user's email address.
(Conditional) Select the group for the user.
Group management makes it easy to organize users and control their access levels. Permissions are set at the user group level, so all users in the group inherit the group permissions, including access to specific properties.
Click Invite User.
An email message with a link is sent to the user. This email lets the user select a password and complete the setup process.
Until the user completes this setup process, they appear in the Invited Users section on the Users tab. They move to Registered Users when the setup is complete.
List of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about users and permissions in the Experience Cloud and in Dynamic Tag Management.
I added a user using the Admin tab for the DTM product in the Adobe Admin Console, but that user was not added as a user in DTM. Why wasn’t the user created in DTM?
Adding a user to the Admin tab in a group does not grant permissions in DTM. That process allows the user to edit the Product Configuration Groups in the Adobe Admin Console. In order to add the user to DTM, they need to be added using the Users tab.
My DTM account was created prior to April 5, 2016, how do I manage my users?
If User Management in the Adobe Admin Console is not enabled, DTM users are managed from within DTM on the Users tab.
My DTM account was created prior to April 5, 2016 and I want to migrate my users to log in through the Experience Cloud. How do I accomplish this?
Contact Customer Care to restrict login access to the Experience Cloud.
I invited a user through DTM, but I want the user to log in through the Experience Cloud.
An account can be linked to a Experience Cloud user by selecting the Product Selection box > Activation > Link Account. For more information, see Link Accounts in the Experience Cloud.
Why do I see the error “Failed to fetch permission groups for this product”?
This is a provisioning error. Contact Customer Care to resolve this error.
I was invited to a DTM company, who do I get an error that my password is wrong?
If your DTM account is enabled for the Experience Cloud, but the login company for the new invite is a legacy company, the account might be the issue.
First, try accepting the link by logging into the DTM account through DTM (not through the Experience Cloud). If you receive an error that the password is wrong, use the password reset option.
If the account was created through the Experience Cloud and was not ever used to log in directly at dtm.adobe.com, a new email address must be used. This is only the case if the account was created via marketing.adobe.com and has never logged in via dtm.adobe.com. This scenario occurs when the invite comes from a legacy company that has not migrated to the Experience Cloud and the user was created through the Experience Cloud.
For more information, see the note in Manage Users.