Now, let’s talk about user relationships. For the purpose of illustrating this structure, we’ll call the person creating the user the ‘parent,’ while the user being created is the ‘child.’ Parent users can view, edit, and delete child users, and they can also view (but not manage) the child user’s Roles, and permit or deny the child user access to view any ‘sibling’ information.
‘Siblings’ are any users who are at the same level in the user hierarchy. If you create three child users, they are all siblings to each other since they’ve been created by the same parent. The system allows you (as the parent) to choose which siblings can ‘see’ each other, their children, and all their corresponding rights and information.
Because admin user permissions can vary greatly from company to company — and even within the same company and user hierarchy — it’s impossible to speak to any particular features and functionalities each user will have access to, so if there is an area of the platform, or a setting, feature, or functionality that you don’t have access to and feel you need, please contact your administrator.