Paragon Assume Identity

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What is “Assume Identity?”

Assume Identity is a way for you as an agent or broker to allow a licensed or unlicensed assistant to log into CRMLS Paragon under their own unique login and then “Assume the Identity” of the agent or broker they are working for.

You can be certain that under your login, only you can manipulate your listings. When your assistant logs into Paragon and assumes your identity, there will be a “paper trail” that shows the assistant is logged in under their unique username and password. The “paper trail” will show that, with your permission, the assistant has assumed your identity and made changes to your listings.

Brokers/agents/assistants must belong to the same office and Association/Board of REALTORS® to assume IDs.

 

Give permission to Assume your Identity

  1. From the Preferences icon and select User
  2. Select Assume Identity
  3. Click the + Add button

 

 

If you’re in a large office, use the Search box to quickly find the person by entering their name or MLS ID#.

  1. When the name appears, check the box
  2. Select Save

 

Delete someone from your Assume Identity list

Check the box next to their name and select Delete.

 

Assume an ID

Once an agent or broker has given you permission to assume their ID, log into Paragon with your username and password. Click on your name in the upper right corner and select Assume Identity.

 

From the list, click on the name to highlight, and then select Assume.

 

The system will remind you to save any changes before clicking OK.

 

Once assumed, the Home Page Message title bar will show the broker/agent’s name and assumed by name.

 

Exit Assume Identity and return to your ID

Click on the assumed name in the upper right corner and click Assume Identity.

 

Select click HERE to return to your account.

 

This system will remind you to save any changes before clicking OK.

 

The Home Page Message title bar will show your name, confirming you’ve returned to your account.

 

Updated Sept 2020

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