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How to Add an Admin User? What Are the Different Levels of Admin Permissions?
How to Add an Admin User? What Are the Different Levels of Admin Permissions?

How to add site admin or other admin users? How to make someone an admin and grant access to specific features?

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Written by Sarita Markande
Updated over a week ago

How to Make a User an Admin?

Step 1: Invite admins

  • Navigate to Settings > Team members on the admin panel to invite admins to the platform

  • Click on "Invite member" and enter the email address of the user you want to make an admin. Choose the type of admin role you want to assign to the user and Hit "Send Invite" to send the invitation to the user's email address.

Step 2: Accepting the Invitation

  • The invited user will receive an invitation email at the provided email address.

  • Once the user clicks on the "Accept Invitation" link, he/she will be redirected to the AuthO screen and prompted to enter their email address followed by a code.

Step 3: Onboarding

  • Upon login, the user will be asked to provide details such as first name, last name, job title, and responsibilities and submit the information.

After completing the onboarding process, the user will have admin access to the assigned role πŸ‘

How to Remove Admin Access

  • Navigate to the Team members option via the Admin Panel πŸ‘‡

  • Search by email and click on the three dots to edit or remove admin access for the user.

What Are the Different Levels of Admin Permissions?

  • Site Admin: It is the role with full permission. Provides complete access to edit all features available on the site.

  • Event Admin: Will have access to manage the events feature on the platform, such as creating new events, editing existing ones, or managing the event attendees. They will even have access to edit the forms associated with the event.

  • Fundraising Admin: Similar to events admin, the fundraising admin can manage all the Fundraising campaigns on the platform. They will have access to create new campaigns or edit the existing ones, check donor details, and edit the forms associated with the fundraising campaign.

  • Communication Admin: Full access to the communication center, including permission to send bulk emails and manage email analytics.

  • Content Admin: Manage content across the platform, including pages, navigation menu, forms, and banner images.

  • User Admin: Manage all records on the database and includes the ability to approve/block access of users.

  • Engagement Admin: Log custom engagement activities.

  • Events Volunteer: Manage the Check-in Kiosk to sign in guests for events and sub-events

Please write to us at or through the Intercom chat bubble for any concerns with assigning users admin permissions. πŸ˜„

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