Before you start creating your own buttons, let’s do a quick walk-through of the menu.

When you first log into ActionButton, you'll land on the My Buttons dashboard. You can access the account menu at any point in the top right corner of your browser.

Select Hi, [Your Name]! to access the menu.

Here, you can select My Buttons, Account Profile, Help or log out of your account.

Click My Buttons to return to your existing buttons or create a new button.

When you click Help, it will open a tool that you can use to search for and read docs from our Help Center. Can't find the answer you need? Send us a message.

Go to Account Profile to edit personal and organization-level settings.

From Account Profile, you can access the following views:


My Profile

Update your personal login information for ActionButton


Group Information

Update the Organization Name tied to your account. By default, this is the name that will appear at the top of your buttons, in the "Created by ___" credit.

You can also include a description and twitter account for your team.


Users

From here, you can invite teammates to your ActionButton account to help you create and manage buttons. Just click +Add new user, enter their email, and hit Send Invite.

📌 Note: You can freely invite additional users on both Free and Paid plans.


Theme - only available on paid plans

Go here to add a custom logo and color scheme to your buttons. Learn more.


Billing

From here, you can view account usage data, including monthly counts of buttons created and aggregate button impressions. This is also where you go to update you plan and manage the payment method used for paid plans. Learn more.


Data - available on paid plans

Users of paid plans can go here to download CSV reports that include top-line button engagement data, or contact info data from opted-in users. Learn more.


Integrations - available on paid plans

From here, you can configure integrated data sync from an ActionButton account to a NationBuilder account. Learn more.

Did this answer your question?