Agency Account

I would love to be able to offer Elfsight to multiple website customers but login to 1 account. Please offer an agency plan/account -- bonus for Whitelabeling!
Please add a way where customers / employees can get their own login and have restricted access to only selected widgets.


Or allow editing by a password protected form or something like that.

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  • Jake Landon commented
    17 May 01:53am

    please

  • [email protected] commented
    4 Apr 06:06pm

    Why is this taking so long to implement ? Who would not want their product to be rolled out his was with urgency and by agencies. since 2020 now 2022 still slow moving. Please Elfsight make this happen.

  • Adrian Parente commented
    2 Feb 12:15pm

    Hello, can you tell us the status of this idea? Thanks

  • Dean Lester commented
    27 Jan 02:56pm

    With elfsight having so many different widgets, it seems obvious to have different logins to be able to login to manage different widgets. We have different people running different areas, that all need access to different widgets

  • Matthew Jalinsky commented
    4 Jan 06:26pm
    Well, this is a no brainer. Allow me to resell this as a white label and at my own pricing please. Would sell this all day long.
  • Sean Rainey commented
    9 Nov, 2021 04:45pm

    Upvote this.

  • Guest commented
    12 Oct, 2021 04:40pm

    As an agency owner, even if I could have an installation code for the widgets that would not mention Elfsight and allowed for confidentiality, then I would be able to use Elfsight more widely. So far, I have been reluctant to offer Elfsight as a stand-alone service to my agency clients.

  • Guest commented
    9 Sep, 2021 09:09am

    Reading the comments, all of the key points have already been made. Having this feature will take Elfsight to another level!

  • Guest commented
    30 Aug, 2021 08:36pm

    How about just an API that we can use? I'd be more than happy to create my own admin module to be used by a client to maintain their events, etc... for their calendar. All I need is to make an API call to get the data for a client and one that allows me to post updates. Any plans for something like that?

  • Guest commented
    19 Aug, 2021 09:41am

    Yes please add this, it shouldnt be that difficult from a dev point of view.

  • Adrian Parente commented
    16 Aug, 2021 01:55am

    Something new? Thx

  • Matt Jackman commented
    1 Jul, 2021 05:52am

    Hi Helga, I posted on a similar white label request, but figured I'd post here as it is more active.


    I think to start, what Henry Coleman and Adrian P mention would be a fantastic start.


    Something that would allow agencies to white label the javascript to obfuscate the connection to elfsight to prevent clients going directly to elfsight to use the free version would the perfect start.


    That could be a custom domain like bitly (and other shortlink apps) uses, or something similar that aligns with your backend setup.


    Like Adrian P mentions:

    "<script src =" https: //CUSTOM-DOMAIN/p/platform.js "defer> </script>

    <div class = "custom-domain-bc8d-4e6d-8298-49762f4b222f"> </div> "


    or even a generic domain that doesn't point back to elfsight (lots of white-label platforms do this with a custom subdomain aligned with a generic primary domain. So something like https://agency-name.embed-magic.com)


    "<script src =" https: //embed-magic/p/platform.js "defer> </script>

    <div class = "embed-magic-bc8d-4e6d-8298-49762f4b222f"> </div> "


    I think the take away is that let's start with something simple that allows expansion going forward. We don't need a full blown white label agency backend with end-user access and permission control on day 1, just something that won't make our clients go 'oh...who's elfsight?'

  • Robbie Reyes commented
    23 Jun, 2021 08:49am

    We need this!

  • JP commented
    15 Jun, 2021 09:05am

    I also like to see this, primarily for all in one reviews.

    With the basic/pro and enterprise plan you can already create multiple widgets, like one for each customer, but you can't assign users to them.

    I know of another product that does it like this:

    1. You have an (agency) account.

    2. In there, you create businesses (like one for each customer).

    3. For each business, you specify the review channels and their review widgets.

    4. Then you create users and you specify to which businesses they have access.


  • Guest commented
    9 Jun, 2021 02:37pm

    OMG It's been more than a year and we still don't have this feature! Come one Elfsight please get it done. This is a much needed feature.

  • Guest commented
    8 Jun, 2021 03:44pm

    Love this idea.

  • Guest commented
    14 May, 2021 09:26am

    Very important idea, it would help us sell better. If we are organized, we sell more and Elfsight can get more money, better products - its a win/win solution.

  • Pam Knight commented
    23 Apr, 2021 09:23am

    I am 100% behind this - for some of the features it takes quite a bit of time to keep them updated - I am thinking about events and calendars and they are things that the client could do themselves and make the feature that more attractive. Please either allow a white lable feature or a a login to specific apps for a client... it would mean we could use the facility so much more...

  • Premium CCV Shop commented
    21 Apr, 2021 11:15am

    A a service company it would be nice to create and configure a widget for a client, f.e. a contactform, and give a specific client acces to that widget. The client should be able to login with his own credentials to see the widget, f.e. to check the contactform submissions.

  • Adrian Parente commented
    19 Apr, 2021 12:17pm

    Possibility of installing a company domain within ElfSight.


    For example:


    "<script src =" https: //COMPANY-DOMAIN/p/platform.js "defer> </script>


    <div class = "company-domain-bc8d-4e6d-8298-49762f4b222f"> </div> "

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