Admin rights within an organization

The admin role is a role used by coaches, managers, directors and more within the 360Player platform. But how do the user rights work? In this article we explain what kind of permissions an admin gets within an organization, depending on what they have access to.

What is an admin?

The admin role is basically the ones controlling each and every group. The admin role has access to features as the training library, settings and user management of the team, as well as statistics and uploading of videos. Depending on where the admin appear in the structure - they gain different rights. More on that below.

Admin permissions and organizational structure

First things first, we need to understand how the organizational structure affects the users within 360Player. In the image below we see a very simple organizational structure, with the club group Farham FC on top, then an Academy group below it, and in turn a U17 team below the Academy.

The way that permissions work within 360Player, is that if you are an admin above a group within a structure, you also have admin privileges in the groups below. For example, a director is a part of the Farham FC group. He or she can through the team picker view both the Academy group and U17 group. He/she can also do everything all the admins that have an active membership in the group can, like change settings or analyze video. 

Note: Admins that are only a part of groups above in the structure will not be visible in team or chat lists of the groups below. 

An admin that is a part of the Academy group will not be able to view or edit anything in the Farham FC group, but will be able to view and edit things in the U17 group.

An admin that is a part of U17 will not be able to view or edit anything in the Academy or the Farham FC group, but only things within the U17 group. 

How to set up your admin structure

Now that you know how permissions work, you can start inviting and adding admins to the correct groups in your organization. Understanding these structures makes your 360Player experience a lot better, since you can create groups within certain responsibility areas to have access to certain groups below in the structure. If you need a refresher in how to create subgroups, you have a link to that article here.

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