Assign 'Back office' role (self-accounting) to user(s) in your domain

Modified on Thu, 22 Feb 2024 at 01:00 PM

Once the accountant has activated the 'Self-accounitng' feature for your domain, a user with the 'Management' role in the domain can assign the 'Back office' role to a user. Each user with this role will have access to the Back office accounting functions and can therefore do all the accounting himself.

A user with the 'Back Office' (Zelfboeker) role in the domain has access to all administrations, regardless of the access control set for that user.


The 'Self-accounting' feature is only available in the Small, Medium, large or Unlimited bundle.

If you have not chosen a bundle yet, a message will appear stating that you must activate one of these bundles.

When opening your domain, the 'Back office' role can be assigned using the popup below. 

To assign the 'Backoffice' role to a user in your domain, click on Assign role.


If a user with the 'Backoffice' role is already present in the domain, the above pop-up will not appear. In that case, you need to manually assign the role 'Backoffice' to a user.

For a detailed description, see article Assign or change user roles in domain.

The following screen is opened:

Select the user(s) to whom the 'Back office' role should be assigned here.


The first user with the 'Back Office' role is free of charge and therefore included in the price of your bundle. For each additional user with the 'Back office' role in your domain, €25.00 will be charged monthly.

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