Permission levels control what a user can do in SkoolBag. There are three types of permission levels:

  1. Reader: This is the default permission level for all users in SkoolBag. When an account gets created, they are automatically given this permission level. Readers (also referred to as Parents) will only be able to access SkoolBag via the App.

  2. Admin: This permission level provides the user access to the SkoolBag Console to create content to send to readers. It also gives the user the ability to manage other user's access, groups and settings.

  3. Owner: This access provides the same access as Admins. However, this is assigned to one person, who is the main account holder of the SkoolBag account. This cannot be changed manually.

Follow the below to learn how to edit a user's permission level:

Step 1

Navigate to Users from the left-side menu.

Step 2

From the user list, search and select the user's name to open their profile.

Step 3

Select 'Access level', this will open a drop-down menu. Choose the relevant option from this list to change the access level. Then click on Save changes for the new permission level to take effect.

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