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Understanding the different types of Rehive groups and users
Understanding the different types of Rehive groups and users

Rehive supports admins, businesses, individuals and custom groups.

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Written by Helghardt Avenant
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Rehive is designed to enable a range of use cases through flexible accounts, currencies, groups, permissions, tiers, fees, controls, and more. As an initial configuration, Rehive creates three types of user groups automatically: admins, businesses, and individuals.

It can sometimes be confusing to flip between users and wear different hats when testing. It is important that you use unique email addresses and mobile numbers when creating multiple users in the system - especially when acting as a user in a different group.


Admin and support users primarily access the system through the administration dashboard.

As an admin, you can make changes to system configurations and manage end-user accounts within a unified portal.


Business users need to create a separate profile as a business. In order to test the full feature set as a business or merchant, it is best to do so via the web application.

Make sure to select "Business" when registering as a business. Do not use your administrator login credentials for this.

It is possible to test the mobile app as a business, but it does not include all merchant-specific features.


Individuals are essentially everyday consumers. You can test the end user features either via the web or mobile applications.


Rehive does support the option to add custom groups. It is quite common for clients to add non-profits or governments as custom groups.

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