As a multisite user, you can manage two or more websites from your NitroPack account.
Important: If your site uses WordPress Multisite Network or OpenCart/Magento Multistore, please refer to this article - https://support.nitropack.io/hc/en-us/articles/4407882927761.
In this guide, we cover how to:
- Add new sites to your account;
- Move (reclaim) a site from another account to your multisite account;
- Switch between different sites;
- Upgrade sites from a free plan to your multisite subscription
How to Add Websites to Your Account
To add a new website to your account, log in to your profile and click on “Add new website”.
Once the pop-up window opens, enter the website’s URL and name.
If you want the site to be associated with your multisite paid plan, select “Paid Subscription”. Conversely, to add a website with a free plan, select “Free Subscription”.
After clicking “Proceed”, you need to connect the website to NitroPack. Follow the steps from the articles below to quickly do that:
How to Move a Site From Another Account to Yours (Reclamation)
How to Switch Between Websites
It’s always essential to keep track of which site you’re currently logged in to. That site is highlighted in the top left corner.
You can see a list of all the sites in your account by clicking “See all connected sites”.
This opens a new pop-up window. To select the site you want to log in to, click the icon next to it.
To verify you’re logged in to the correct website, check its name in the top left corner. It should be highlighted in purple.
Important Note: Any changes you make will only affect the website you’re currently managing. Don’t forget to double-check whether you’re in the right site before making any changes.
How to Upgrade a Site From The Free Plan to Your Multisite Subscription
To add a site that is currently on a free plan to your multisite subscription, log in to the site and click on “Billing”.
Next, click on “Move to Multi-Site Subscription”.
Once the pop-up window appears, click OK and you’re done.
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