System Administrators can create and manage Roles of the internal users within their organization. System Administrators have the ability to allow or restrict user access to specific modules, tasks, and data in the application. This can be achieved by creating roles, defining the permissions for each role, and assigning a role to a user.
By default, CENTRL provides three roles: Super User, User, and Super User-View All Assessments/Issues as shown above. When a new user is added, they are assigned the "User" role with basic role authorizations. However, as your company grows, you may need to create custom roles for different divisions or partners. To learn more about default roles, click here
This article covers the following topics:
Adding a Custom Role
1. Navigate to the Roles screen from the System Admin module and click on the Add Role button as shown above.
2. Enter a Role Name and enter a Role Description for the new role in the appropriate field boxes.
3. Select the permissions that you want users to have when assigned to this role. To learn in detail about the role access and what each permission entails, click here
4. Once done, click on the Submit button.
Note: The System Admin can always go back and update the role and permissions when necessary. To modify the roles and permissions, click here