This enables your expert to access your Amazon Web Service account during your sessions without seeing your password. You have full control of contributor access. After your final Sixty session, you can remove your expert’s access to the Amazon Web Services account.

Step 1: Log in to your Amazon Web Services account.

Navigate to aws.amazon.com and click Sign In to the Console.

Enter your email address and password, and click Sign In.

Step 2: Add your expert as an admin.

Click on Services.

Click on IAM under Security, Identity, & Compliance.

Click on Users.

Click Add User.

Add your expert's email under User Name.

Make sure both Programmatic Access and AWS Management Console Access are check marked. 

Then click Next: Permissions.

Click Next: Review.

Click Create User.

Click Close.

You’ve now successfully invited your expert to join your Amazon Web Services account!

Step 3: Remove your expert from your Amazon Web Services account.

After your final session with an expert, you’ll want to remove access from them. Don’t worry, if you decide to do another session, you can go through this process again.

Navigate to the Users section from your profile as before.
Click the box next to your expert's user name.

Click Delete User.

Click Yes, Delete.

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