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Account Settings

Any administrator in the system can now view account settings simply by clicking on your name in the upper left hand corner of the screen, which will bring down a menu. In that menu, you can click on Account Settings, which will bring you to your Company information and account settings page. 


This page can also be accessed by clicking your company name. 

From here, you will be able to see how many days are left on your free trial, if applicable. 

If you have access to edit or update billing information, you will be able to see past invoices and amounts due, as well as update the address for any billing information. 


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