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When you are using Frame, it's important to recognize the distinction between three key user types: [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "1. End user" } [/block] You've been invited to access Frame by someone else and are just using it to run apps that have already been set up for you. You want to know how to work with the Frame Launchpad interface to run one or more apps, save and manage files -- and just get things done. You'll want to get familiar with the "Quick Start for End Users" section of our documentation site. Here is an example of this: when you first create an account on Frame, it will be a "Demo account" that already has applications installed. It's all set for you to try out Frame as an "end user." Once you upgrade from the Demo account to the Trial (which is essentially a Frame Personal account), you'll become an "Admin," as described below: [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "2. Admin" } [/block] You control your own Frame Personal, Frame for Business/Education, or Frame Platform account. While you'll need to know how to use Frame as an "End user," you'll also need to know how to install and setup new applications, manage updates, and much more. If your organization requires more than one Frame account, then you'll need the "Super Admin." [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "3. Super Admin" } [/block] For large deployments of Frame, we have a level of access called "Super Admin," which lets you create and manage multiple Frame Admin accounts. This level of access and administration makes it easy to manage across multiple geographies, departments, app sets, and more. [block:callout] { "type": "info", "title": "Which docs are for me?", "body": "Again, the first section of our documentation (\"Quick Start for End Users\") is something everyone should be familiar with, whether you are an End User, an Admin, or Super Admin. The sections that follow are organized by Frame product line (Frame Personal, Frame for Business/Education, and Frame Platform) and are essentially the user manuals that explain how to use the administrative functions of your account (for Admin and Super Admin access)." } [/block]