Note: Click the collapsible menus below to display the information. We suggest starting with History of Credential Manager and working your way down.
Credential Manager has its roots in a product we brought to Market in 2002. It is a credential manager that is an amazing storage/retrieval system for ALL of your Website information.
In 2002 we were very WELL received and people found the product to be very useful in managing their websites.
However since then we have always wanted to have a more social environment and the older site didn't FIT what we are doing anymore. So, a DRASTIC change became necessary in 2015 with the Social BOOM that has exploded on the Internet.
We are letting you know this so you will understand where Credential Manager came from AND... that we have been around since 2002. We are not new and are building a World class product that is streamlined for you to use in the managing of your websites and the information associated with them. We have been around for awhile so we know a thing or two.
With the change in the sites Name AND a complete redo of the site look & feel, Credential Manager is now even MORE powerful in a social world and we do have an Affiliate process wrapped around Credential Manager for everyone that adds new websites to the public area. You can click the menu item for that below to find out how it works.
So, for those of you with print outs, spreadsheets, doc files, etc. all of that is DONE AWAY with Credential Manager. This will CENTRALIZE all of your Website information including usernames & passwords into a SINGLE login that you can access from ANY device.
The first thing you want to do, is to ACTIVATE every single website you are using. We have a LOT of sites already in the database so chances are most of your sites are already there just waiting to be activated.
Click the Activations collapsible menu to start learning what that means.
Activating your Websites is the first thing you will want to do in order to setup your credential manager. There are a few ways to do that.
NOTE: If you are just STARTING out with no activations, you may want to go with option #2. The documentation for the Non-Activations page is just below under the non-activations page menu button for more info on that page.