Who is this article for?
Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your administrator if you have permission.
- Super Admin
- Account Owner
How to add permissions to an individual in the account:
Account Owners and Super Admin by default will have a People Tab and therefore have the ability to manage users within the account. Among other things, this means that they can give Admins and Users in the account additional privileges within the account. For example, a User can be given the permission to create and manage collaboration huddles. An Admin can be given permission to access account-wide analytics. While folks in the Admin role can be given extra privileges to manage people in the account, they will only be able to manage participants who are Users within the account.
To add permissions to an individual in the account, after entering into the People page, select the Access icon next to that person’s avatar.
When the Access Page opens, you will see the person’s avatar, their role in the account, and you will have a tab that enables you to see the privileges tab.
To add privileges, select boxes beside the privileges that you would like to add.
After you have selected the additional privileges, choose the green Done button.
From this area, you are also able to change permissions for a participant’s role within a huddle. First, you may need to expand the area related to the type of huddle by selecting the carrot.
With the area expanded, you will see the participant’s current permissions. In a collaboration huddle, for example, you can see if they are an admin, member, or viewer. You change permissions by choosing the radio button next to the role and then selecting the green Save Changes button. In a coaching huddle, you can see whether the participant is a coach or a coachee. In some cases, you may be able to change this role as well by selecting a different radio button.