What is difference between a 'Group Role' and an 'Org Role'?
- An Org Role defines a relationship and subsequent permissions between a user and the organisation. Organisation Permission & Roles are
used to assign organisation level permission to the subscription for
the purpose of delegating specific administrative to specific users.
2. There is no limit to the number or people that can be assigned to an Organisation level role.
3. A Group Role is a relationship and subsequent permissions between a user and a group.
4. Group Roles are used to assign group level permission.
1. A chairperson is the primary role that presides over the group. An admin may decide to assign special privileges to the chairperson (sharing draft minutes for approval etc).
A group admin is the most senior role with respect to the administration of the group. A group can have multiple admins. Some admin roles can include: 1. Creating meetings 2. Preparing agendas / minutes 3. Managing group membership / access 4. ...
Can I change a group members details as group administrator?
Yes, you can. Group administrators can easily update group members details within the group. To do this: 1. Go to the members tab. 2. Click on the name of the member you want to update. 3. Group member profile will appear. 4. From here, you can: ...
What are the different Group Roles?
1. There are four different group roles that can be assigned to members. 2. The permissions differ based on your role, see below:
How do I add Group Members?
1. Navigate to ‘Members’ section of group. 2. Click the green ‘Add Member’ button. 3. Add email addresses (copy/paste for multiple) for members you would like to add. 4. Select Group Role (Admin / Member / Affiliate / Chairperson) and click ‘Add’. ...