Online security is usually a good thing, until the moment when you’ve gotten logged out of an app and you can’t remember the username or password to get back in. Meldium is a web-application that automatically logs people in to their favorite apps and websites, providing teams with a way to share access to online tools without handing over private logins or passwords.
Enter your work email address to create a Meldium account, or sign in directly with Google. Once you’re in, you’ll want to download the application’s extensions for Chrome or Firefox and connect Meldium to the cloud services you use most frequently. The platform supports more than 700 web apps, including Amazon, Box, Desk, and CurdBee, to name just a few. For each account you add to Meldium, you’ll need to choose whether to make access completely private or accessible only to certain members of your team. You can change access levels or remove access completely with just one click. You can also track any shared and individual accounts that you’ve connected to the Meldium platform from the dashboard page.
To access the apps you’ve shared with your work team, the colleagues you’ve connected with can log in to Meldium and visit the app directly through the platform. Meldium bypasses the traditional login process, allowing people to connect to apps without having to know any private passwords.
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