Have you assigned your licenses, but users are not able to access their accounts? This article will discuss common reasons for this error and offer solutions.
In order to use the Everyday Speech Admin Portal, you must be a designated administrator for your district account. Please reach out to us at email@example.com with any questions.
The user's email address is incorrect
The first place to check is the user's email address. If there is a typo in their email address, they will not be able to access their Everyday Speech account.
We have a step-by-step guide to change user's email addresses here: How to Correct a Misspelled User Email Address in the Admin Portal
There was an error assigning the license
On rare occasions, the Admin Portal may create the user email, but the license will not actually be assigned.
To determine if this is the issue, you will need to check the license Status. You can locate the Status under the Status column in your Admin Portal dashboard view.
What does Trial, Active, or N/A mean?
Trial or Active
If the license status is Trial or Active, this means that the license is currently assigned and the user should have access. Please see one of the other solutions offered in this article if the user is still having trouble accessing Everyday Speech.
If the license status is N/A, this means that the user is not currently active. You will need to manually assign the license.
If the user's status is listed as N/A, please see the steps below to learn how to assign a license to an existing user:
1. Please click on the assign license button in green.
2. If you have multiple purchased subscription plans, your desired plan can be selected from the License drop down menu. To finish assigning a license, please click on the Update button.
Users may need to clear their browser history and cache
If the user's email address is correct, and the license is assigned in the Admin Portal, the user may simply need to log out and clear their browser history and cache to see their account materials.
Below are some instructions to send to your users to improve their account access:
Log out of the Social-Emotional Learning Platform, or simply visit https://slp.everydayspeech.com/login.
Clear your browser history and cache. Please refer to this article to know how to clear your browser: https://help.everydayspeech.com/knowledge/troubleshooting-content-access
Log in again at https://slp.everydayspeech.com/login.
Still need help?
If the above solutions did not work, our Support team is here to assist you!
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining the issue in detail.
In order to expedite the troubleshooting process, please let us know the following: