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Removing a Co-Host from your listing

It’s easy to make changes to your team. Hosts and full-access Co-Hosts can remove Co-Hosts on a listing.

Tip: If you’d like to keep a Co-Host on your listing, but change what they can access or manage, you can do so by changing a Co-Host’s permissions.

To remove a Co-Host:

  1. Go to Listings and select the applicable listing
  2. Click Co-Hosts and select the Co-Host you’d like to remove
  3. Click Remove Co-Host
  4. Add an optional note for the Co-Host and then click Yes, remove

If the removed Co-Host was assigned to be the primary Host, then either the listing owner or a full-access Co-Host must be selected to take their place. If there aren't any full-access Co-Hosts remaining, the listing owner becomes the new primary Host by default.

Once you remove a Co-Host, they won’t be able to edit your listing, manage trip requests, read or respond to messages, or receive Co-Host payouts for any bookings that start after you remove them. You’re still responsible for current or future requests, including those accepted by the Co-Host.

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