As the manager of your account, you can choose who can see and/or adjust what information.
You have the following for every user:
User rights: these rights determine what adjustments a user can make. The options are: Administrator - Standard user - Read-only
Access rights: these rights determine to what information the user has access or what information he can see. The options are: All measures - Specific sectors - Own measures and actions
Combine user and access rights for the ideal combination!
1. User rights: what can a user adjust?
There are three types of users: administrators, standard users and users who are only allowed to read. This determines what they can change in the tool.
Administrator: An administrator can change anything, including data under "Data Input", add users and manage their rights. An Administrator can also add new structures and clusters. Standard users cannot do this. Do you want to be the administrator? Ask us and we will change it immediately ✔
Standard user: A standard user can change any information (measures, actions, etc.) (except data under 'Data Input').
Read-only: A user who can only read, can read but not change any information (measures, actions, etc.) to which he has access.
Tip: The default setting for all new users is “standard user”. Therefore, if you want to add a user who only has readers’ rights, you must first add him and only then give him readers’ rights.
2. Access rights: what can a user see?
Users can have three types of access: to all measures, to specific sectors and to own measures and actions.
This determines what they can see in the tool.
All measures and actions: A user having these rights can see all measures and accompanying actions. Whether or not he can change them depends on his user rights (see above).
Specific sectors: A user having these rights can only see specific sectors (and accompanying measures and actions). Whether or not he can adjust them depends on his user rights (see above).
Own measures and actions: A user having these rights can only see his own measures and accompanying actions (those for which he is responsible). Whether or not he can change them depends on his user rights (see above).
Therefore, according to your preference, you can combine user and access rights to give every user the correct rights!
Do you want to know how you add or remove users?
Find out here.