How to share azure across the team

Marc Siegel 0 Reputation points

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Our company signed up for the Microsoft founders Hub and we were accepted. We activated our Azure subscription. But we need to give access to the azure account to myself and the developers how do we do that?

Right now we only have access to it via, but when i log on to my account I am unable to see it, and in fact it asks me to sign up for a subscription. So trying to figure out the next steps, to give access to myself and the developers.

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  1. Monalla-MSFT 12,596 Reputation points

    @Marc Siegel - Welcome to Microsoft Q&A and thanks for reaching out to us.

    Congratulations on signing up for the Microsoft Founders Hub and activating your Azure subscription!

    To give access to your Azure account to yourself and your developers, you can follow these steps:

    1. Sign into the Azure portal using your account.
    2. In the left-hand menu, select "Azure Active Directory" and select "Users".
    3. Select "New user", enter the required information for the new user, including their email address and name and Select "Create".
    4. Repeat steps 4-6 for each developer that you want to give access to your Azure account.
    5. Once you have created the new users, select each user and assign them the appropriate role for your Azure subscription. For example, you can assign them the "Contributor" role to give them full access to your Azure resources.

    After you have created and assigned them the appropriate roles, they should be able to sign into the portal using their own accounts and access your Azure resources.

    Hope this helps. and please feel free to reach out if you have any further questions.

    If the above response was helpful, please feel free to "Accept as Answer" and click "Yes" so it can be beneficial to the community.

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