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To create and manage multiple properties, you must have a **high-volume hosting and streaming account** and **an admin role user login**. Please contact your JWP representative to learn more about high-volume hosting and streaming. If you do not have a JWP representative, <a href="https://info.jwplayer.com/contact-us/">contact us</a> to learn more.

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By default, each JWP account has a single property. This property contains all your players, media, and analytics relating to those players and media.

However, if your organization has several independent teams or supports multiple clients, a single property may not be sufficient. You can solve this problem by creating multiple properties in your account. You can create multiple properties if you have a **high-volume and streaming account**.

When you create and manage multiple properties, you have granular control and insights:

  • Organizing related players and media together

  • Analyzing performance of the players and media within an individual property

  • Controlling team member access

  • Managing multiple properties from a single JWP account

When multiple properties are associated with your account, your team members can select a property from the dropdown menu in the top navigation to switch between properties.

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## Create a new property

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Be sure that you have logged in with an <a href="/platform/docs/account-manage-account-users#user-roles">admin role</a> account login.

<br /> Use the following steps to create a new property in your account:

  1. On the **<a href="https://dashboard.jwplayer.com/account/properties" target="_blank">Properties</a>** page, click **Create Property**. The **Property Name** popup window appears.

  2. Enter a name for the new property.

  3. Click **Create**. The new property appears in the property list on the **Properties** page.

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All **Admin** users will immediately have access to the new property you have created. On the Users page, you can <a href="/platform/docs/account-manage-account-users">give non-Admin users access</a> to the new property.

Now that you have created a new property, you take any of the following actions:

  • <a href="/platform/docs/account-manage-account-users">Manage account users</a>

  • <a href="/platform/docs/vdh-upload-videos">Add videos to your Media Library</a>

  • <a href="/platform/docs/account-configure-dns-masking">Set DNS masking</a>

  • Enable <a href="/platform/docs/protection-geoblocking-overview">geoblocking rules</a> or <a href="/platform/docs/protection-enable-url-token-signing">URL signing</a>

  • Define <a href="/platform/docs/vdh-manage-default-custom-parameters">default custom parameters</a>

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## Rename a new property

  1. From your <a href="https://dashboard.jwplayer.com/">JWP dashboard</a>, click the gear icon next to your name > **Properties**. The **Properties** page appears.

  2. Click the name of the property. The details page for the property appears.

  3. Under **General Information** in the **PROPERTY NAME** column, click the pencil icon. A text box appears with the current name of the property.

  4. Rename the property.

  5. Click **Save**.

The new property name will appear in the **Properties** page.

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## Delete a property

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**Delete a property is permanent and cannot be undone**. When a property has been deleted, all associated players, media, and analytics are also deleted.

  1. From your <a href="https://dashboard.jwplayer.com/">JWP dashboard</a>, click the gear icon next to your name > **Properties**. The **Properties** page appears.

  2. Click the name of the property. The details page for the property appears.

  3. On the **General** tab under **Delete Property**, click **Delete**. The **Delete Property** popup window appears.

  4. In the text box, enter the name of the property.

  5. Click **Delete**.

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