Users and Permissions
 
Types of users and their roles
Type Powers
Master Responsible for the account. He/she has full power on account. The only type that can change the data of account or remove it (account name, account status, etc.). He/she can also promote other users to any other type.
User Admin He/she can change the type of other users. He/she Can give permissions for other users to access screens.
Data Admin He/she can create and change Registries, Attributes and Screens. He/she can import spreadsheets with new Registries, Attributes and Screens and can import or export data to/from any Registry.
Regular He/she can only access the Screens authorized by a User Admin or Master. He/she can export or import if has permission to do so. He/she can not change any permissions of other users, neither create nor change Registries, Attributes and Screens.
 
Administering User and Groups
You can only perform these tasks if you are a Master or a User Admin.
Use the Screen User in the laterial vertical menu to list, add, modify or remove Users.

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Click on the Edit of the top horizontal menu to view and change the details of the User.

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Use the screen Groups in the laterial vertical menu to list, add, change or remove Groups.

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Click on the Edit of the top horizontal menu to view and change the details of the Group.

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Note that you can expand the list Users of this Group to check and select which User makes part of the Group. Put Users with the same access profile within the same Group to facilitate the management of permissions (next section). Give permission to a Group is easier than giving permissions to each individual User.

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Select Show All to include other Users in Group.

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Manage permissions
You can only perform these tasks if you are a Master or a User Admin.
To authorize a User to use a Screen you should allow it to have access to it. Open User (1) on the vertical side menu, click on Edit User (2) and expand the listing Registries allowed (3).

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Mark the Registries you want to give access to the User. Use the Show All.

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However, this alone is not enough. You must authorize each Registry Screen. For this select one Registry (1) and click on View (2) to open the Screens list.

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Expand the list Screen allowed and select the screens you want to authorize.

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The same can be done in the Group. The advantage of authorizing Screens in the Group is that they are authorized for all Users of the Group, making simpler the management of permissions, since it is not necessary to give permissions for individual Users. Place the Users with similar access profiles within the same Group.

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