- This line was added.
- This line was removed.
- Formatting was changed.
What are permission groups?
Permission groups allow you to control exactly what your users can see and do in AroFlo. You can assign our pre-built permission groups to users, or create your own role-based permission groups.
When you create a permission group, you can turn on or off a user's ability to view, create, edit or delete information at a more granular level.
Permissions may be applied to:
What are 'Legacy Permissions'?
Over the course of 2018, our user access types (Admin, Manager, Base) and options (Account Manager, Compliance Manager, etc) will be phased out. We've added a new section called 'Legacy Permissions' to the access types list to promote awareness of the impending removal of these settings.
Can I continue using the current (legacy) user access settings?
Existing users can continue to use legacy access types and transition to a permission group at any time. New users can only use permission groups.
All of our future product enhancements will be controlled by permission groups. We encourage you to assign your users to permission groups to ensure that they continue to access new features when they're released.
Permission groups give you far more control over your AroFlo site, allowing you to:
How can I replicate a user's current access settings using permission groups?
Our new Permission Groups area will include three pre-built permission groups that closely replicate the behaviour of the following access settings:
You may find that our pre-built permission groups are not exactly what you want or were used to. Using a pre-built permission group as a template, you can easily create a new permission group that better matches a user's current access settings by adjusting the permissions within each segment.
Will Feature Access settings still apply to users?
We are in the process of moving the Feature Access settings to Permission Groups. Please note these settings are temporarily unavailable in permission groups and will need to be configured separately to allow:
Can a user be added to multiple permission groups?
A user may be added to any number of permission groups. This may be useful in cases where staff responsibilities overlap and therefore require access to additional areas of AroFlo to perform their duties.
Permissions are additive. If a permission is enabled in one group but disabled in another group, the enabled permission will override the disabled permission.
|Hide From Anonymous User Macro|