Assign users to roles in management hierarchy

First, Administrators set up ASPEC Users.  If  Advanced Role Filter is enabled in Organization Profile.  Adminstrators proceed to creating Roles.  The third step is to assign Users to their Roles.

 

Users who have been given Administrator Access in Users will always have access to view and modify all records, regardless of the roles they have been assigned.

Any other user can see records based on this user’s Role assignment.  Furthermore, what the user can do with these records – edit, delete or just read  – is based on that user’s User Profile.  For example, a user can view an Account because of the Role assignment, but the user cannot edit that Account, because User Profile does not grant the right to Edit.

 

Highlighting a Role in the tree under Roles displays Users have been assigned to that Role.

To add a User to a Role, highlight the role and click the checkbox to the left of the user’s name to add them, then Save.

To remove a User from a Role, highlight the role and un-check the checkbox, then Save.

The Find field lets you quickly find users by name.

Assigning Roles Example

Example 1

In the example shown above, roles have been defined generally by geographical territory.

Users who are assigned to the World role will be able to view all records for the entire organization.

Users assigned to the USA role will only be able to access records owned by users in the USA role and all others below it in the tree, including SouthEast, NorthEast, MidWest, South, and West Coast.

Users assigned to NorthEast will see all records that are owned by other users in NorthEast role, but will not see records owned by members of, for instance, SouthEast (and vice versa).

Remember, these roles define access to see records but the powers that each user has over these records (Read, Create, Edit, Delete, Export) is defined in each user’s settings in Users. Administrators will see all  records regardless of what roles they are assigned.

 

Example 2

Please read this post describing a different example of role hierarchy in Accounts.