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    hchildsjr

    There needs to be a explanation of the various levels of user permissions, and there needs to be more levels of permission to allow various users to function in multiple roles.  Perhaps Windows 10 permissions could be used?  For example, our treasurer needs to have access to contributions, batching, and transfers, but not to modify the persons database.

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    Emily W.

    Hi @hchildsjr!

    I would be happy to explain some different examples of how user permissions can be used. Each church sets them up a bit differently so there is no wrong way which is why there is no set explanation of the different levels.This makes it simple for churches to customize their Users and Roles.

    This page gives you an example description of how these permissions can be used. You can edit or change them to fit your particular ministry needs. 

    "For example, our treasurer needs to have access to contributions, batching, and transfers, but not to modify the persons database." This is possible! When you select the pencil icon on any role, you can edit the permissions to reflect this need. If you want to set up your own role for treasurer you can do that as well.

    Steps:

    1. Add New Role

    2. Create Name and Description

    3. Your permissions are listed below- only select Contributions:

     

     

     

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    gayecoburn

    This was exactly what I needed.  Thanks for being so clear and concise.

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    Betty White

    Hi there, is it possible to set up a role for our team admin that needs to be able to have the members role (edit their profile, etc) and check in members and add visitors all from a single login? Thanks

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    Stephen Ivey

    @brit1brit

    Thanks for reaching out to the breeze community!

    It is possible for you to have access to both of those things through one login. All you have to do, is make sure that you add my profile permissions to that role! After that, you will need to connect your profile to the user so that The right profile is connected to it! https://cl.ly/09f163811e26 

    If you have any additional questions concerning this, don't hesitate about us know!

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    messiahroseau

    Is it possible to give a user permission to manage volunteers for only one calendar but view the events for all?  I want my Parish Education committee to be able to manage volunteers for the Sunday School calendar and have view only access to our Main Calendar (not be able to manage volunteers). 

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    Stephen Ivey

    @messiahroseau

    Great question here! Unfortunately, this would be a limitation of Breeze as the permissions for Events are not that granular. Giving permissions to manage or edit events would give them the ability to edit them for every calendar they had access to see. 

    Cheers!

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    nboone

    I'm curious how to let our congregation members update their info but making sure they're only allowed to update their own? Is this possible? Particularly with contact info and then what options we have with how much info we want to have available that others can view. 

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    Stephen Ivey

    @nboone

    Great question! The answer is Yes -- this is precisely how Breeze is designed to work. You can find out more information in the following articles:

    Please let us know if there's anything else that we can do for you!

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