You can create many Connect Fonts User accounts by importing a formatted list of email addresses and names.
The import file must be a comma-separated list. Each line in the list has an email address, first name, and last name. You can’t omit any fields. If you want to invite Adele to join your team, you must include her last name (Adkins).
Save the file in UTF-8 format, with either Windows (CR/LF) or Unix (LF) line endings.
You can use your favorite spreadsheet program to create your list, then save or export it in the appropriate format.
In each row, put the email address in column A, first name in column B, and last name in column C.
If you create your list in Microsoft Excel, use File > Save As and set the File Format to CSV UTF-8 to save it in CSV format.
If you create your list in Apple Numbers, make sure to display only three columns, then use File > Export To > CSV to export it in CSV format.
When you export the preceding file it will look something like this:
To import your list of users:
Click the menu next to Invite User and choose Bulk import users.
If you already have User accounts but want to remove any that don't exist in your import file, select Remove users not included in import file.
(Connect will only remove User accounts, not Administrators or the License Manager.)
Click Upload file, select the file that you want to import, then click Upload.
If there are errors in the import file, Connect will show you the errors and won’t perform the import.
If the import would result in more accounts than you have licenses for (after accounting for removed Users), Connect will tell you and won’t perform the import.
If you have chosen to remove existing User accounts in favor of those in the import file, Connect will prompt you with a list of User accounts that it will remove.
If the file imports correctly, the list of users will refresh.
Extensis will tell new Users via email that you have invited them to use Connect Fonts.
Connect creates new user accounts with Read Only permission and no font libraries assigned.