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Setting a default enterprise ID or portal for your user profile

If you use both Control Center and MyLevel3, you can select which portal appears when you log in. If you change your mind later, you can change the default portal in Control Center.

Control Center lists the enterprise IDs your user profile is currently assigned to and the default portal for that enterprise ID. If you already have a default enterprise ID selected, Control Center lists it in the My Default Enterprise section. (You'll also see a My Default button next to that enterprise ID in the My Assigned Enterprises section.) In the example shown below, there is no default enterprise ID.

  1. Click the Set Default button next to the enterprise ID you want to use as your default enterprise ID.

    Control Center sets the enterprise ID as your default. Each time you log in, you'll start with this enterprise ID. If you want a different enterprise ID to be your default, click the Set Default button next to that enterprise ID. To remove your default enterprise ID (so you're prompted to choose an enterprise ID to work with each time you log in), click the My Default button.
  1. To change the default portal used for an enterprise ID, select the portal you want to use from the list in the Portal Default column.
Note: You can only use Control Center to view enterprise IDs containing former CenturyLink services. You can select Control Center to view enterprise IDs containing former Level 3 services, but you won't see any data until the portals are fully integrated.
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