Inherited settings - child/sub organisations

Inherited settings - child/sub organisations

When a new organisation is created, it inherits certain settings from its Parent organisation.

The inherited settings are those from the Organisation screen:

Locale
Timezone
Login Attempts
Session Timeout
User Roles
WhatsApp Templates

From a parent organisation you may choose to share down:
Channels
Bots

You can also grant access to:
Queues

Other integrations/settings should be set up for each organisation as required.
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