Nimonik offers three types of users:
- Account Administrators – Can see and edit everything in the account
- Read Only Administrators – Can see everything in the account, but cannot edit anything
- General Users – Can see and edit only what they have been given access to. For more on how to manage general user permissions, click here.
You can see a list of all of the users in your account and their assigned roles by visiting the Manage Users Page.
All users start as general users, but account administrators can change their roles at any time by following the steps below;
- Go to the Manage Users Page
- Click Edit next to the user that you would like to adjust
- Click on Role on the resulting page
- Select the appropriate user role
- Click Save
In addition to the roles above, Nimonik allows you to further customize user access through Facility Administrators and General User Restrictions.
Facility administrators are general users, but in the facilities that they are assigned to they can see and edit everything.
Facility Administrator status can be assigned either on the Create/Edit page of the facility, or on the Edit User page.
Restrict General Users (Currently Being Implemented)
Even though they must be given access to existing account items, general users can create anything. They can also edit anything that they have access to. Restricted general users cannot create or edit anything.
You can restrict the general users in your account by checking the Restrict General Users checkbox on the manage users page.
As long as this box is checked, general users cannot:
- Create or edit audit templates.
- Create new facilities, or edit facilities that they do not administrate (coming soon)
- Create and edit compliance obligations (coming soon)
- Create or edit scheduler obligations (coming soon)
However while the box is checked, general users can:
- Start and complete audits from the templates that they have access to.
- Change document status, add notes and custom field text, and complete tasks issued for compliance obligations
- Complete the tasks associated with scheduler obligations
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