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  • Writer's pictureMichael Smith

How to Invite a Delegate Access To Your GoDaddy Account

Updated: Jun 21

In the world of web hosting and domain management, collaboration is often key. Whether you're working with a web developer, a digital marketer, or a business partner, there are times when you need to grant access to your GoDaddy account to someone else. Fortunately, GoDaddy offers a convenient feature called "Delegate Access" that allows you to do just that. In this guide, we'll walk you through the steps to invite a delegate to access your GoDaddy account securely.

Understanding Delegate Access

Delegate Access in GoDaddy allows you to grant someone else access to your account without sharing your login credentials. Instead, you can invite them as a delegate, and they will receive their own login credentials with limited permissions. This ensures security while still enabling collaboration.

Step 1: Log in to Your GoDaddy Account

First things first, log in to your GoDaddy account using your username and password. Once logged in, you'll be greeted by the dashboard, where you can manage your domains, hosting, and other services.

Step 2: Navigate to Account Settings

In the dashboard, locate and click on your account name or profile picture. A dropdown menu will appear. From this menu, select "Account Settings." This will take you to the settings page where you can manage various aspects of your account.

Step 3: Access Delegate Access Settings

Within the Account Settings, find the section labeled "Delegate Access" or something similar. Click on this section to access the Delegate Access settings.

Step 4: Invite a Delegate

In the Delegate Access settings, you'll see an option to invite a delegate. Click on this option, and a form will appear prompting you to enter the delegate's email address and specify their access level.

Step 5: Specify Access Level

GoDaddy offers different access levels for delegates, ranging from full access to limited access. Choose the access level that is appropriate for the delegate's role. For example, if you're working with a web designer who only needs access to manage your website files, you can grant them limited access.

Step 6: Send Invitation

Once you've entered the delegate's email address and specified their access level, review the information to ensure accuracy. Then, click on the "Send Invitation" button to send the invitation to the delegate.

Step 7: Delegate Accepts Invitation

The delegate will receive an email invitation with instructions on how to accept access to your GoDaddy account. They'll need to follow the link provided in the email and create their own login credentials.

Step 8: Collaboration Begins

Once the delegate has accepted the invitation and set up their account, they'll be able to access your GoDaddy account according to the permissions you've granted. From there, you can collaborate seamlessly on managing your domains, hosting, and other services.


Delegate Access in GoDaddy is a powerful feature that streamlines collaboration while maintaining security. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can easily invite delegates to access your GoDaddy account and work together effectively. Whether you're building a website, managing domains, or handling other aspects of your online presence, Delegate Access makes teamwork simple and secure.


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