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Rolling out the redesigned header bar

- 5 MIN READ - 19 Aug 2013

Earlier today we launched a small update which changes the way Messente’s header looks and feels.

As a few important links and menus changed places we want to give you a brief overview making everything easy to find.

So here’s how the new header section looks:

The first navigation links starting from the left are Features and Coverage & Pricing. The Features section gives an overview about everything Messente can do while Coverage & Pricing lists all the countries Messente covers, together with pricing information.

The drop down menu to the right of Coverage & Pricing allows switching between accounts while being logged in. Whether you manage accounts for multiple companies or have access to accounts belonging to different business divisions of the same company – here’s where you can step from one to another. Just pay attention that your have the right account active while sending messages.

Next to the account menu you can see the account balance. As each account has it’s own balance the statement changes accordingly when you switch accounts. When you run low on credits on one of your accounts just click on Buy Messages and top up your account.

The gear icon brings up your account settings for the active account. Here you can change your contact information, invoicing data, invite add new users to the account and change their permissions.

I hope you will find everything you need quickly. If you have any questions or comments just e-mail us at support@messente.com.

Jaanus Rõõmus

Jaanus Rõõmus - CTO

Jaanus is co-founder and CTO of Messente and makes sure its wheels keep spinning and Messente always has a full tank of fuel.

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