You'll need to log into your MYOB Atlas website in order to add or remove content, change settings, and if you use e-commerce view your transactions and update your online store. You'll use your MYOB Account to log in as the website owner. When logging in, you'll need to enter the username and password for your MYOB Account (unless you're already logged in to it), and you may need to grant permission to MYOB Atlas to access information from it.
In the following sections we'll show you more about logging in to and out of your website.
- In your web browser's location bar, enter either your domain name or temporary domain name followed by /mylogin. These will look something like the following:
your domain name (if you've registered one): bluebowlhomewares.com/mylogin
your temporary domain name (or subdomain): blueb001.myob.com/mylogin
Forgotten your temporary domain name? Find it by clicking My domain names in the Settings toolbar, and checking the Temporary domain name section. Unable to log in to find it? Click the Log in link in the welcome email (or any other email) you've received from MYOB Atlas and make sure you bookmark it for next time.
Click the button for your MYOB Account.
Got other account providers (say, Google or Facebook) listed here? This means you've previously also used accounts with these providers to log into your website. Find out more below in Logging in to your website, and remember, if you want to log in as the website owner you'll need to use your MYOB Account.
If you're already logged in to your MYOB Account, you'll be automatically logged in to your MYOB Atlas website.
- If you're prompted to log in, enter your username and password, and sign in to your account.
- If you're asked to allow MYOB Atlas to access your account, check that you're logged in to the correct MYOB Account, then click Allow access. If you're logged in to the wrong account, log out and repeat this procedure from step 1 using the correct account.
- If a message appears telling you that you tried to log in with the wrong account, log out of the account and repeat this procedure from step 1 using the correct account.
You're now logged in, and able to edit your website.
To log out of your website, click Log out in the MYOB Atlas menu along the top of your website.
If you're logged in to your website, you'll see the MYOB Atlas menu along the top of your website.
If you're having trouble logging into your website using your Facebook account, try removing the MYOB Atlas app from your Facebook account. For more information, see Facebook's help article: How do I remove or delete an app from my account?
Once you've done this, try logging into your website again using your Facebook account.