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Account and User Permissions on Amazon

Q: How do I start selling games and apps on Amazon?

On the Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal, click the Create an Account button. The portal is a self-service tool that will guide you through account creation. After creating an account and accepting the Amazon Mobile App Distribution Agreement, you can start submitting apps.
Q: What can I do in the Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal?

In addition to submitting apps and tracking their approval status, you can access your profile, payment information, application submission and management tools, and sales, payment, and earning reports.
Q: How do I change my contact information?

If you are the administrator of your Amazon Mobile App Distribution Program account, sign in to the Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal, click Settings, and then click Edit. Here you can edit your account information, company profile, and user permissions.

If you are not the account administrator, ask the person in your organization who is the administrator to make any necessary changes.

Q: How do I change my email address and company name?

To protect the security of your account, Amazon does not allow changes to your company name and email address. You can request changes to your company name and email address by using the Contact Us form.
Q: How do I change the information Amazon uses to pay me?

Only users with the administrator role can change payment information. In the Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal, click Settings, click Payment Information, and then click Edit. Make changes as necessary and then click Save.

Q: How do I add a user to my Amazon Mobile App Distribution Program account?

Only users with the administrator role can add users. To add a new user, sign in to the Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal, click Settings, click User Permissions, and then click Add New. You will be prompted to enter an email address and select a role or roles for the new user. When you’re done, click Save.

Amazon will send the new user an invitation email. The user clicks a link in the email to access the portal, and then creates their own password. The user will have access to the account until you remove them.

Q: What privileges does each user role have?

All users can manage their personal details, view their company’s profile, view their company’s apps, access Support, and initiate Contact Us inquiries with Amazon. Additional privileges include:
Administrator – This role has full access to all areas of the Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal and can manage user permissions and payment information. The first user associated with an Amazon Mobile App Distribution Program account is the owner and retains sole administrator privileges by default. The owner is also responsible for all activities that occur under user accounts authorized to access the account.
Marketer – Other than administrator, this is the only role that can edit the company profile and content associated with apps (such as merchandising and multimedia). This role also can access sales reports.
Developer – Other than administrator, this is the only role that can upload app binaries.
Analyst – Other than administrator, this is the only role that can view payment reports. This role also can access sales reports.

Q: How do I remove a user from my Amazon Mobile App Distribution Program account?

On the Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal, click Settings, click User Permissions, click Edit, and then click Remove access next to the user you’d like to remove. Click OK to confirm the action. Administrators cannot change the owner’s access.
Q: I own two or more development companies. How do I use the same credentials to manage multiple accounts?

The single sign-on feature allows you to manage more than one Amazon Apps & Games Developer Portal account with different sets of apps with one username and password combination. If you are logged in, you can create an additional account by clicking here. To switch between accounts you can use the drop-down selector next to your name located at the top-right corner of any page.

Source:Amazon