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TwentyThree supports all common video formats, and lets you and collaborators upload from browsers, mobile devices and much more.

Logging in to your video website
To log in to the backend of your workspace, navigate to your site's login page. The URL of the login page is the domain of your video site with "/login" added at the end: Video site URL: http://video.example.com Login page...
Changing your password and profile information
You can at any time change your password and profile information. Remember to change your password regularly and to never use the same password for your video website as you use for other services. Changing your password You can...
Retrieving your username and password
If you have forgotten your username or password, you can have your login information sent to the email address registered. Simply go to the login page for your workspace and instead of logging in as usual, you should click the "Did you...
Inviting new users and granting administration rights
You invite new users by clicking the "Settings"/cogwheel button in the backend of your workspace and choose "Users" in the dropdown menu. Here you will see a list of all current users, and if you click the "Add user" button you can input...
User levels available in TwentyThree
TwentyThree offers three main user levels; Admin, Editor and Visitor. In addition to this, the TwentyThree account holds one Owner. The Owner level has access to subscription details and the Owner can only be changed by TwentyThree. To...
Using SAML for single-sign-on
TwentyThree supports Secure Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0, which allows you to provide single sign-on using Active Directory and LDAP. Single sign-on (SSO) allows you to authenticate users via the corporate system they are...

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