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If an App Manager or Billing Account Administrator is departing, but still available, he or she can easily transfer ownership to someone else:

For instructions on transferring an application, please read:
https://www.quickbase.com/user-assistance/default.html#transferring_a_da...

For instructions on changing a Billing Account Administrator please read:

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Some probable causes are:
- an application manager has typed the wrong e-mail address
- the user registered with a different e-mail address
- the user has multiple QuickBase user accounts
- the user is assigned the wrong role

To resolve this problem, first check for the following issues:

Is the user's e-mail address correct?

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A Billing Account Administrator determines which users are able to create applications. You control this ability using the Create Applications checkbox next to each user's name under the Permissions tab. (Read https://www.quickbase.com/user-assistance/default.html#controlling_db_cr... for details.)

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It's easy to share your application with a user or even a group of users! To learn how, please see our Share an Application with Other Users help topic.

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Just because an application doesn't appear on the My QuickBase page's application list, doesn't necessarily mean that you can't access it. There are a couple of reasons an application won't appear on your list automatically. If this happens, you can still easily access the application.

Why an application may not appear:

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Yes. Templates are provided to help you get started. Once you create a new application using a template, you can customize all aspects of the application.

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It depends on where you are searching from.

When you perform a search from the My Apps page, you are searching the Name, Description, and Manager fields of all applications. The search results list all of the applications to which you have access that fit the search criteria.

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Customers are encouraged to maintain their own backups of their applications.  You can back up your application in several ways:

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Assuming you have the ability to create applications in your billing account, the scenario whereby an application manager can not copy an application is most likely caused by one of the following two restrictions:

1) One of the tables in the application contains more than 20 MB of application data.
2) More than 75 MB of attached files are present in the application.

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To learn how to access an application you create as a trial user after you become a licensed QuickBase user, refer to the QuickBase online help: https://www.quickbase.com/help/default.html#registering.html#

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