Roles

How to Add Guides to a Role

As above, you also have the ability to assign a variety of guides to a particular role within an application. To assign guides to roles, the steps to do so are similar to the process for assigning pathways to roles: Click on the role you want to assign a guide to. The following screen enables […]

How to Add Pathways to a Role

It will be important for your organization to understand which roles have access to specific learning pathways. As will be outlined in the section on pathways, JumpSeat has created groups of guides that relate to a specific topic within an application. To assign a role to a pathway, follow these simple steps: Click on the […]

How to Add Users to a Role

Adding Users to RolesUsers need to be added to JumpSeat within the administration console and then can be added to roles within applications. See understanding roles to learn how roles are used. To add a user to a role, follow these simple steps: Once you have clicked into the “Roles” screen from within the selected […]

Understanding Permissions for a Role

JumpSeat uses roles to determine what a user can and cannot do in both the administration console and the guide creation website overlay. These roles are associated with permissions; if assigned to more than one group, JumpSeat combines the allow access attributes for determining what that user should have access to. To manage role permissions […]

How to Create a Role

JumpSeat comes with two Roles out of the box: 1. Administrator 2. Application user Custom roles are useful when you want to segment content further in order to customize what certain users see. To create a custom role, complete the following steps: 1. Navigate to the Roles tab within the application 2. Click the New […]

Role Overview

What is a Role? JumpSeat Roles allow Administrators to define permissions of other JumpSeat Users of the Application, and define which guides JumpSeat End Users may use in a hosted application. There are two available default roles in each Application: 1.¬†Application Administrator 2. Application User (Guest User) By default, a JumpSeat End User is automatically […]

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