Can one ID use GoPayment on 3 different devices at the same time?

I am full admin on GoPayment. I have the ap on 2 Ipads and 1 cell phone. If one of my limited admin helpers wants to borrow 1 of my Ipads to run GoPayment, can both of us do transactions at the same time if my ID is signed in on both devices?


Thank you for posting here in the Community, becky_cox.

Let me share some information about using the GoPayment application.

You can log into GoPayment and start accepting credit cards through the app and the website. It's available on different devices and can be used at the same time. However, the card reader needs to be used one business at a time.

When using the mobile app, it will be best to put the device volume on the highest level. 

Check these articles for more information:

That information should get you going. Let me know if you have questions about using the GoPayment app by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Have a great rest of the day. 

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