Team member Roles & Permission feature is in limited avaialbility and will be soon rolled out to all applicable communities.
Assign a role and set relevant permission for your event manager (Community Team member) for your Airmeet community. Let's read about what kind of roles & permission can be assigned to an event manager.
Read about: How to add a team member to Airmeet Community?
On Airmeet, we have 4 kinds of user roles:
Owner: A team member who owns the community and has all access to the community is known as the owner.
Admin: A team member who can manage the whole account & has all access to the community except for removing or changing the owner.
Manager: A team member who can manage the account and has access to all community except billing privileges, such as purchasing new plans and add-ons and canceling existing plans.
Event Executive: A team member who ONLY manages events assigned to them by admins and managers without giving them any privileges to the rest of the dashboard, such as billing and integrations.
2. Customize the user roles permission
Customize the user role (team member) permission according to your preference. Let's see how to customize the permission:
Step 1: Go to Community Dashboard and click on the "Team" tab.
Step 2: Click "Permission settings" and select any user roles.
Step 3: Click the Edit button and toggle the permission ON or OFF according to your preference.
Note: Changing the Permission will be applicable to existing and invited team members.
2.1. Assign an event to an event executive
As an Owner/Admin/Manager(default enabled), you can assign an event to an Event executive, and he would ONLY manage events assigned to them by admins and managers without giving them any privileges to the rest of the dashboard, such as billing and integrations.
Let's see how to assign an event to the Event Executive
Step 1: Go to the "Events tab" from the Community event and click on the "3 dots" beside the specific event.
Step 2: Click the "View Organizers" button and select the "Manage" option.
Step 3: Select and "assign" the event to a particular event executive. Click "Save" once selected.
Now the selected event executive will only be able to view and manage the particular event for which he is being assigned and won't be able to see another event created under the same account/ community.
3. Things to keep in mind
- The owner can only remove other team members.
- The owner & admin can also change the roles of a particular team member from the Community dashboard itself.
- Changing permission for a specific role applies to all team members under the same user role.
- A team member invite expires in 14 days; if it expires, you need to remove the team member and then add them again.
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