Tactic offers a flexible system of roles and permissions that allows you to manage access to your organization's resources and functionality. Here's an overview of the different types of roles and the capabilities of each role.
How to assign user roles and permissions
To assign these roles and permissions, navigate to the Users tab in the Tactic settings and select the user you wish to edit. From there, you can assign roles and permissions as needed.
Admin Role: Admins have full access to Tactic, including the ability to manage users, resources, and settings. Admins can also be given additional permissions such as "Health Manager" which allows them to manage the health and safety information for the organization.
Member Role: Members are users who are not Admins. They can be given specific permissions such as "Scheduler" and "Resource Manager" which allows them to make reservations on behalf of other users and manage specific resources.
Health Manager: This permission allows users to manage the health and safety information for the organization. They can view health information, change user's health status, and approve or deny pending health documents.
Scheduler: This permission allows users to make reservations on behalf of other users by opening the "Admin Reservation" option.
Resource Manager: This permission allows users to manage specific resources that have been assigned to them. They can edit resources, assign custom restrictions, and mark them as available or unavailable.