If you mean in Clarity then contact support from your profile dropdown.
If you mean in a product you are creating (as this question if filed under 'Startup Consulting') then most definitely yes.
As this is a complex area when requirements gathering, I setting up a call with me. I help software startups from idea to launch and beyond in a number of ways.
Stuart - Software Startup Coach
Answered 2 months ago
You would need to expand on your question, but assuming you're building a new business and you want to have individual logins for each employee as opposed to shared credentials, that's a definite yes. Shared credentials should be avoided if not banned unless needed for very special cases. This is part of the very basic security guidelines nowadays.
It should be part of your Information Security Policy.
Answered a month ago