The Users page is where you can see all users registered under your account. Listed here are your users' names, email addresses, roles, number of projects they're assigned to, and their last active time.
Guest users, if any, can also be viewed from here, under the Guest users tab.
Aside from that, there are also various tools here that you can use to manage these users.
To invite new users to your account, click the Invite new people button in the page's upper right corner. This will bring up a window asking you about the new user's name and email address. You can also optionally assign them to a project. More information can be found in Inviting Users to Your Account.
Deleting a User
To delete a user, click the corresponding user's three-dot menu under the Actions column then select Delete.
Editing a User
To edit a user, click the Edit button under the Actions column for the user you want to edit.
Deactivating a User
To deactivate a user, click the corresponding user's three-dot menu under the Actions column and select Deactivate.
A deactivated user won't be able to access their account, barring them from accessing any projects they're assigned to.
You can batch delete, edit or deactivate users by using the checkboxes beside their names.
A guest user is a temporary account that can approve, comment, or edit assignments.
If you've generated a shareable link for an article that has some editing permissions, this will require the creation of a guest account if someone doesn't already have an account in EasyContent if they want to modify the shared assignment.
If they created a guest account (or used an existing one to access one of your shared links), then they will be added as guest users for your account.
You can't assign guest users to anything and you can't edit their information. However, you can remove them from your account by going to the Guest users tab, selecting their name through the checkbox, and then selecting Delete from the actions menu.
For more details about editing, deleting, and deactivating a user, check out Managing Users: Editing, Deleting, and Deactivating Users.