End-Users service

End-Users service

Each end-user that is added in the User Management list is counted as an end-user. 
End-users, also called RUN-users, can be automatically added when they sign up in your RUN application.

If any of your profile reaches the limit of end-users allocated to it, the system will block the addition of new users.
Increase the number of end-users allowed in your application by Allocating Resources to profiles.
More information about pricing and FAQ can be found on our Pricing Page.

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