User Manager: Access Level descriptions

  • Administrator - User will see two tabs after logging into the back end: Home and Publishing, and has access to all tools in the Publishing tab.
  • Calendar Access Requested - If the setting for the publication is such that Calendar access is not automatically granted to new users, the user must request permission to submit events. The user’s request for this permission is indicated in this checkbox. To add as a calendar submitter, the administrator must check the box Calendar User under Access Controls.
  • Calendar Approver - This account holder will have access only to the Calendar and may approve events there.
  • Calendar User - If this box is checked, the front-end user may submit calendar events.
  • Content Editor - This account setting gives the back-end user access to the Home and Publishing tabs. Under the Publishing tab, the user may access all tools necessary to update content on the site, but the User Manager and Store Manager tools will not be visible.
  • Guest User - A Guest User is a front-end user who has set up a basic account but may not have permission to submit events or view registered user-only pages.
  • Registered User - If this box is checked the user may view pages with that are Registered User pages. A back-end administrator must check this access level in order for the user to view registered user pages. There is no way for a front-end user to request access in the My Account interface.
  • Sales Associate - Does not allow a user access to the administrative side of the site, but will give them an account on the front end.
  • Super Administrator - This super user setting gives the highest level of permission to the account holder. In addition to the access held by the Administrator, the Super Admin will see the Administration tab, and may change global settings for the site in this tab. Super Administrators are the only back-end users who may see credit card information.


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