In this article, you'll learn the differences between different user roles and how to grant/revoke account access.
The owner is the primary contact for the account, he is the sole authority that can invite users to join.
The admin can perform all actions on the website level, including sending or scheduling notifications, automation, changing integration parameters and website settings.
The pusher can send notifications, schedule them, edit audiences, conversion funnels and view analytics. They have read-only access to automation, website settings and cannot delete a website. This is ideal for members of your marketing or social media team.
This is a limited scope, the viewer cannot send notifications and they have read-only access to most of the features. This is ideal for your sales team that needs access to data.
Granting or Revoking Account Access
- To add or remove users head to Website Dashboard > Settings > Manage Users. The Manage Users page shows the Name, Email Address and Role of all the users that have access to your PushAlert account. From this page you can grant or remove access to the account or change roles of the user.
Inviting a user
- Click on the Add User button.
- Fill in the Full Name, Email Address and select the desired role for the user.
- Click on Add.
- Once done, an email is sent to the user who would need to create a new password and login to their PushAlert account.
Removing a user
- Right next to every user on the Manage User page you have the Remove button as well.
- On clicking the Remove button next to a user, you are asked for a confirmation and when done, the user will not have any access to your PushAlert account.
In order to keep your account secure and the operations done on it transparent. The owner can also see all the activity done by the different users on the account. It also helps in diagnosing any issues that may arise from changes made by different users of the account. You get the time when the activity occurred, the user who triggered the change and the log report of what was done.