User permission settings allow customers to manage Vervoe data and feature usage, among the members of their organization. These permission settings can be set upon inviting new users to the platform, and below is a summary of all accessible features, per setting:
Inviting a new team member
To add new users to your account, click on your user icon to view your settings dropdown menu. Select Team settings and you will be directed to the Team Members setting tabs. Choose the blue "Invite Team Members" button to add a user to your account.
You will then be prompted to input the team member's name, email address, and to select their role and assessment permissions.
From here, you will have the ability to determine the user's account role, as well as their individual assessment permissions.
Admins on the account have the same access as the account owner. They are able to view and manage all skills assessments, account settings, users, and data.
Team users have the ability to create, edit and review their skills assessments as well as be added to other team members assessments as an editor or a viewer. They are unable to view account settings or assessments where they are not included on the assessment team.
Once a team member is added to your account, you have the ability to manage their access to your organization's assessments. For assessments there are two levels of access - editor and viewer.
Account admins will automatically have access to manage and edit all assessments.
Editors can edit everything in an active assessment (including questions and assessment settings). They also have the ability to invite and score candidates.
Viewers can view assessment results, grade responses, and share a link to the candidate's card. Assessment viewers cannot make changes to the assessment, edit the assessment settings, or invite candidates.
You can update a user's assessment permissions from either the Team settings (from within your profile dropdown menu), or directly within the assessment.
To do so from within the assessment, click into the individual assessment, and at the top right corner you will see a plus sign. Select the "+" and a pop-up will appear that allows you to add team members and choose/edit their assessment role.
Updating user roles for existing team members
You can choose to update existing users' account roles and individual assessment access, but please note the following:
- If users had previously subscribed (turned on notifications) to a particular assessment, then that user is automatically an editor for that assessment, even if you've downgraded their permission level access from admin to team. However, you can remove this user's assessment access or change their role through the aforementioned "Manage Team" link at the top of the assessment.
- If the team member was the original creator of a assessment, you are unable to restrict their access to this assessment, even after downgrading their permission level.
To learn more about Account Settings, feel free to review the article here.