All users have the following basic permissions by default: 

  1. View their own personal log (if they've entered data), which includes all information submitted by or about them. 
  2. View any reports that have been shared with them. If no reports are shared with them, they will not see reports. 
  3. (Events Users Only) View and register for any public-facing events listed in your organization as well as a log of any events they've attended or submitted.

There are several special permissions that you may want to enable for certain users:

  • Manage Reports: This is a special permission that should only be enabled for a select group of administrative users. This enables a user to create a new report using any data source in the system, edit existing reports, and export the data from reports. 
  • Manage Events (events-users-only): This enables users to create new events and edit existing events as well as manage registration and confirmation of event attendance. 
  • Manage Event Requests (events-users-only): This enables users to review, approve, update, and comment on all event requests submitted in your district.
  • Manage Event Attendance (events-users-only): This enables users to view and manage event attendance, though it does not allow them to edit the events in your district.
  • Manage Users: This is a administrative permission that enables users to see the "Manage Users" console. Users with this permission can invite new users to KickUp, create user groups, and add or remove special permissions from users. 
  • Manage Shared Links: This permission enables users to create, edit and view all shareable links, which can be used to share reports with non-logged-in stakeholders. 
  • View History Pages: This permission enables users to search for and view the personal logs or history pages of others in your organization (e.g. coaches or school leaders would use this to access a teacher's personal log before a meeting). 

To enable special permissions:

  1. In your Menu, click Manage - Directory.
  2. Find the user you'd like to edit, and click on their email to edit. 
  3. Under "Permissions" click on any permissions you'd like to enable, and click "Save."

Note: You can also "Bulk Add" or "Bulk Remove" permissions from the Manage - Directory page. 

Special Permissions for Managing Group-Specific Content

In addition to special permissions that can be turned on for each user, you are also able to delegate permissions for users in order to manage specific groups. Delegating group-based permissions means that a single user can perform certain actions with regards to members of selected groups. The current list of delegable permission are:

  • Manage Event Requests (events-users-only): This enables users to review, approve, update, and comment on any event requests submitted in your district by members of the groups for which this permission has been assigned.

To Enable Delegated Permissions

  1. In your Menu, click Manage - Directory.
  2. Find the user you'd like to edit, and click on their email to edit. 
  3. Under "Set Permissions" select the group for which you'd like this user to have permission to manage event requests.

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