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== Create Apple Developer Account ==
 
== Create Apple Developer Account ==
If you do not have an Apple ID already for your organization create one:
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If you do not have an Apple ID for your organization already, you can follow this guide to create one:
  
 
https://appleid.apple.com/account
 
https://appleid.apple.com/account
  
Afterwards you'll enroll for Apple Developer Program:
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After creating your account, you need to enroll for Apple Developer Program. Follow the guide below:
  
 
https://developer.apple.com/programs/enroll/
 
https://developer.apple.com/programs/enroll/
  
 
== Add App Store Connect User ==
 
== Add App Store Connect User ==
inLogic will need access to be able to create and upload new updates for your app. You do so by adding our another App Store Connect User.
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inLogic will need access to be able to create and upload new updates for your app. You do so by adding our account as 'another App Store Connect User'.
  
 
Go to https://appstoreconnect.apple.com/
 
Go to https://appstoreconnect.apple.com/
  
Select "Users and Roles"
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Select 'Users and Roles'.
[[File:Appstore usersandroles.png|none|thumb]]
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[[File:Appstore usersandroles.png|none|thumb|164x164px]]
Select the plus icon
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Select the plus icon.
 
[[File:Appstore plusicon.png|none|thumb]]
 
[[File:Appstore plusicon.png|none|thumb]]
Fill in the "User Information" with the following and click Next
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Fill in the 'User Information' with the following information and click 'Next'.
 
[[File:AppstoreUserInformation.png|none|thumb|445x445px]]
 
[[File:AppstoreUserInformation.png|none|thumb|445x445px]]
Check the role "App Manager" and make sure the dropdown is for "All apps" or the ones inLogic will need access to.
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Check the role 'App Manager' and make sure that access is given to 'All apps'. You can also give limited access to apps in case there are apps inLogic do not need access to.
  
 
Select Next
 
Select Next
 
[[File:AppstoreAddAppStoreConnectUsers.png|none|thumb|743x743px]]
 
[[File:AppstoreAddAppStoreConnectUsers.png|none|thumb|743x743px]]
For App Status Reports select "All Territories" and click Save
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For App Status Reports select 'All Territories' and click 'Save'.
 
[[File:AppstoreNotifications.png|none|thumb|1117x1117px]]
 
[[File:AppstoreNotifications.png|none|thumb|1117x1117px]]
When successful it'll tell a confirmation email has been sent to inLogic.
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You will now see that a confirmation email has been sent to inLogic.
 
[[File:AppstoreConfirmationEmail.png|none|thumb|519x519px]]
 
[[File:AppstoreConfirmationEmail.png|none|thumb|519x519px]]

Revision as of 07:35, 5 July 2018

This guide describes how to create your Apple Developer Account and give access to inLogic to administrate your app.

Create Apple Developer Account

If you do not have an Apple ID for your organization already, you can follow this guide to create one:

https://appleid.apple.com/account

After creating your account, you need to enroll for Apple Developer Program. Follow the guide below:

https://developer.apple.com/programs/enroll/

Add App Store Connect User

inLogic will need access to be able to create and upload new updates for your app. You do so by adding our account as 'another App Store Connect User'.

Go to https://appstoreconnect.apple.com/

Select 'Users and Roles'.

Appstore usersandroles.png

Select the plus icon.

Appstore plusicon.png

Fill in the 'User Information' with the following information and click 'Next'.

AppstoreUserInformation.png

Check the role 'App Manager' and make sure that access is given to 'All apps'. You can also give limited access to apps in case there are apps inLogic do not need access to.

Select Next

AppstoreAddAppStoreConnectUsers.png

For App Status Reports select 'All Territories' and click 'Save'.

AppstoreNotifications.png

You will now see that a confirmation email has been sent to inLogic.

AppstoreConfirmationEmail.png