Yes - via our Access feature
Our Access feature allows users to share songwriters within different accounts.
Sometimes co-writers make separate accounts, but realize that they want to use just one account. In fact, we highly encourage that co-writers share one Songtrust account, which you can do using our "Access" feature.
Access is a feature on Songtrust’s online dashboard that allows one account to be shared or “accessed” across multiple user accounts. It allows users to share songwriters, invite managers, lawyers, or publishers into their account, and even allows bands to have a collective band account.
This means you can invite a person via email to join Songtrust and specify which songwriters they can view or have full access to their account. If the invited person is already a Songtrust client, their existing account will be granted access to that writer’s account.
For example, songwriters can invite their manager, lawyer or business manager to view or edit their information.
Band members can have individual accounts and also have a collective band account that brings them together into one place. Individual band members can receive separate payments for their shares directly, as well as register works they may write outside of the band, but also have a collective band account to manage band works in one place.
Managers, lawyers and publishers can house all their songwriters under one account, create independent accounts and logins for each songwriter, and invite them to view or edit information that only pertains to the individual writer.
For more information on how to use Access, please watch our tutorial on How To Use the "Access" Feature.
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