Coach Admin: Create new users and add these users to Groups/Roles
A Coach Admin can create new user on the system from the People Page
BEFORE you create a new user, make sure that this user is NOT already on the site. You do NOT want to create a duplicate!
Before you create a new user, double check that the user is not on the system. Type in the first name of the athlete into the search box and click search for possible matches. For this example we are adding in a user called Ultimate Sports Star. Check the name Ultimate, Sports, and Star separately.
Also, if you adding in a Chris, check for christopher and other variations. Duplicate athletes on the system create inaccurate records, so please double check the user does not exist before creating them.
N.B. If the athlete is already on the system but is NOT in your group/s, DON'T add in a new user. E-mail your administrator and they can add this user to your group
The example here shows that the user PlayerTest4 is on the system, but they are NOT in any groups that this Coach administers. Do NOT create a duplicate user. Simply e-mail your administrator and ask for this user to be added to one of the Groups you administer.
N.B. The lock beside the user's name indicates they are either;
- not available for you to add to your group,
-they have been added to a locked Role and you can only change their groups and roles access, not their account information.
A new user can be created.
Once Saved, the Coach Admin can add this person into any of the Groups and Roles that they are an administrator of
A Coach Admin can be given administrator rights to different groups and roles in the system. This means when they create a new user (as shown here), they can add that user into any applicable groups or roles.
They can also add this user to any groups they administer via the Groups page as well.
This means a new Coach Admin added user can be given login access to the system once the new user is assigned a Role that provides login and data access
The new user can now login and enter data for themselves, or for players that they have been given access to.