Adding users to Google Tag Manager is a simple process that can help you manage your tags and data more effectively. To add a user, open the Google Tag Manager sign-in page, enter your user name and password, and click Sign in. Then, click Add user. Once you've added a user, you can manage their tags and data by clicking their name in the Tag Manager navigation menu and clicking Management.
can also manage users' permissions by clicking their name and clicking Permissions.

How to add users to Google tag manager

1. Log in to Google Tag Manager and open the "Settings" tab.

2. Under "Configure tags," click the "Add tag" button.

3. In the "Add tag manager tag" window, type "google-tag-manager" and click the "Add" button.

4. In the "Name" field, type "Google Tag Manager."

5. In the "Description" field, type a brief description of the tag.

6. In the "Enabled" field, check the box next to "Yes."

7. In the "Type" field, type "Google Tag Manager."

8. In the "URL" field, type the URL of the Google Tag Manager account.

9. In the "Authority" field, type the URL of the tag manager's authorization page.

10. In the "Tag(s) to trigger" field, type the tag names or ID values of the tags you want to use with the Google Tag Manager tag.

11. In the "When to trigger" field, type the time range for which you want the tag to activate.

12. Click the "Add" button.

13. In the "Configure triggers" window, click the "Add trigger" button.

14. In the "Name" field, type "Google Tag Manager" and click the "Add"

Conclusion :

Adding users to Google Tag Manager is easy. Simply go to the Tag Manager admin page and click "Add User." You will then be prompted to enter the user's Google account information. Once the user has been added, they will be able to manage tags and data sources within Tag Manager.