What is a Role

A Role MUST be given to each User or they will not be able to login and access the system.

A Role MUST be given to each User or they will not be able to login and access the system.

Roles define what System Modules each user can access and the Data Permissions they can access:

1. System Permissions include the modules that a Users can access: such as Performance Alerts, Athlete history, the Sidebar, Excel Reports and the like. For a full list of System Permissions see the lesson on "System Permissions in Roles"

2. Data permissions includes access to Enter, View and/or Delete the Event Forms, Profile Pages, and Databases that have been created on your specific application

Each user has to be assigned at least one Role before they can access the system.

Each User Must have access to the System Permissions including the Enter Data button to be able to login to the software. If athletes are not logging on then they do not need system permission access

Each User Must have access to the System Permissions including the Enter Data button to be able to login to the software. If athletes are not logging on then they do not need system permission access

You system permissions may include any of modules in the above image.

You MUST also enable access to Data Permissions/Profile Permissions, Linked Permissions and/or Calendar Permissions that reflect the Event Forms, Profile Forms and Databases that each user in each role needs access to

You MUST also enable access to Data Permissions/Profile Permissions, Linked Permissions and/or Calendar Permissions that reflect the Event Forms, Profile Forms and Databases that each user in each role needs access to

Your system permissions will be unique to your system and the data that your organisation/sport captures (as shown in the image here). All of the Data Permissions for Read, Write, Delete, Calendar and Linked Permissions are explained in the next lesson.

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