Granting us Access to Your Google Developer Account for Support

Updated on 31. August 2021 by Jan Bunk


Image with text: Inviting Us to Your Google Developer Account

Inviting us to your developer account allows us to handle many steps of the Play Store publishing guide for you, as part of the "Advanced Support" add-on.

This guide is also useful in case you encounter any issues in your Google Developer account. By inviting us to it, we can take a look around and help you resolve the problems.

Open the Google Play Console

Open the 'Users and permissions' tab.

Open the 'Users and permissions' tab.

Click 'Invite new users'

Click 'Invite new users'

Enter our Google account email in the 'Email address' field: auligpromotions@.................... f@ke.mailgmail.com

Enter our email in the 'Email address' field.

Switch from 'App permissions' to 'Account permissions'

Switch from 'App permissions' to 'Account permissions'

Grant the 'Administrator' permission by ticking the checkbox.

Grant the 'Administrator' permission by ticking the checkbox.

Click 'Invite user'.

Click 'Invite user'.

Confirm the invitation.

Confirm the invitation.

Once your app is published or your problem is resolved, you can revoke our access to your account of course.

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