🎓 Lesson 1.2: Adding and Removing Users

Inviting people to your digital workplace is a great way to power your workplace experience and increase overall engagement! 

Here is a breakdown of the default teams within Lane: 

  • Admin: At the top of the permissions chain, Admins have access to everything within your workplace.  Be sure to distribute Admin access carefully, as those added are in complete control. 
  • Workplace Admin: The workplace admin, previously know as User, has full control over the Admin View.  This includes things like creating content and posting a notice!  This role is perfect for internal team members administering your workplace. 
  • Retail Manager: Buildings that feature retail directories can invite individual retailers to join their workplace.  This is a perfect way to grow retail engagement, giving your retailers access to do things like post content and promotions. 
  • Workplace Member: Also know as end-user or subscriber.  These are the amazing people who work and interact in your building.  A subscriber-only has access to the Members View, and cannot administer your workplace.  
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You can easily invite a member to your team through the following steps:

  • Team Management: Within your channel settings, you will have the ability to control the accounts that have access to your workplace.  By default, there are four user groups: Admin, Retail Manager, Workplace Member, and Workplace Admin.
  • Access Types: Admins and Workplace Admins both have access to post content and administer your workplace channels. Workplace Members are generally tenants or end-users, making use of your workplace application. Retail Managers have the ability to manage Retail Profiles within the app. 
  • Invitations:  To add someone to a channel, simply click the user group type (For Example, Click Workplace Admin).  Then from the top right, click the invite and some basic details for that team member. 
  • Sign Up:  The team member will then receive an email to sign up and accept the invite to your workplace, with the access level you assign.   

 

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