Use the Guest Management page to manage Kintone guest users. Kintone administrators can change passwords for guests and delete guests.
- A "guest" is a user who joins a guest space as a guest. For details on guest spaces, see the following page: Guest Spaces
On the guest management screen, you can view a list of guests who have joined guest spaces and the guest license usage. Additionally, you can perform the following actions on guests:
- Change the status of a guest
- A guest cannot access Kintone when their status is "Inactive".
- Change the password of a guest
- You cannot change the password of a guest whose account is linked to a Kintone account under a different domain.
- Delete a guest
How to Manage Guests
- From the Gear wheel select Kintone Administration.
- Under Guests, select Guest Management.
- Under Guest License Usage, the number of trial guest accounts in use, the number of paid guest accounts in use, and the number of available guest account licenses is displayed.
- Click License Upgrade to open the Kintone store and manage your account.
- The Guest Users section shows information about guest users.
- The Company, Display Name, Email Address, Status, Last Logged In date, Guest Space information, License information, and Trial Expiration Date for each guest is displayed.
- To edit the guest profile, click the Edit icon, change desired fields, and click Save.
- To delete the guest, click Delete while editing the guest profile, or click the Trash Can on the right of the user's name.
Login Security Settings That Are Applied to Guests
Some login security settings that are configured in System Administration are applied to guests, but others are not applied. The details are as follows:
|Enable auto-complete for the login name||Always disabled|
|Allow users to save login names and passwords in their Web browser||Never allowed|
|Allow users to use automatic login||Never allowed|
|Allow users to change their passwords||Always allowed|
|Force users to change the temporary passwords issued by an administrator|
|Allow users to reset their passwords||Always allowed|
|Minimum length of user passwords||✔|
|Password complexity requirements||✔|
|Allow users to use their login names as their passwords||✔|
|Number of times the same password can be used||✔|
|Account lockout||Never locked out|
|Enable SAML authentication||Always disabled|
✔: The setting is applied to guests.
Please note that IP address restrictions are not applied to the login screen for guests.
We recommend you use 2-step verification to enhance authentication. Please see Guest Authentication.