# Organization Setup
All auctions/events in Auctria belong to an Organization.
When setting up your account, you were prompted for some details about your Organization. You can review, or change, these on the Organization page available via the main Auction Dashboard menu.
Auctions are created within an Organization. Each Organization can have multiple auctions. Your email address can also be associated with multiple Organizations which you are able to switch between as needed.
# Review Organization Information
To view, or update, the Organization information, select Organization from the main Auction Dashboard menu to open the Organization's details page.
The Details tab lets you modify the Organization Name, Contact Information, and Settings (the default Timezone and Currency).
The Organization's Name can be modified in this section.
# Contact Information
The Organization Email (including a "Bcc" and "Billing" email, although these are for internal use only), Phone, and Website details can be modified in this section and will be used as default pieces of information displayed on the auction/event website.
If everything looks good here, you can review Adding Users to help you run the event. Users can be added at any time although this is often done after the initial set up has been completed.
Users are individuals who will have access to the administration side of your auction and may help add items, register bidders, record bids, run checkout, etc. From the Organization page, click on Users under the Information sidebar menu to see the current list associated with the Organization.
Generally, if this is a new organization, only your email address will be listed initially.
Click the Add User button to start the Adding Users process.
Only the new user Email and Permission level are entered from the dashboard by an administrator. A confirmation email will be sent to the User for them to complete their registration and add a password for their account.
# Permission Levels
See User Permissions for more information explaining the permission levels you can assign.