User Roles & Permissions

An overview of the roles you can assign users in your venue

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Written by Nick Neale
Updated over a week ago

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When adding users to your venue, you need to assign them a role. By default, WISK provides the following:

  • Admin - Has full access to all features of WISK. Admins can invite and remove users, manage billing information, and add new venues.

  • Admin (No Item Edit) - Has all Admin features listed above, but can't add/edit or archive items.

  • Manager - Has full access to all features of WISK. However, cannot manage users, billing, or add new venues.

  • Manager (No Item Edit) - Has all Manager features listed above, but can't add/edit or archive items

  • Employee - This role can only take inventories, add invoices and generate orders. Users with this permission do not have access to any of the reporting, and cannot edit any data.

The "No Item Edit" roles are useful for venues that have a lot of users, but only want specific people managing item data.

Please see the table in the "Permissions By Role" section below for a full list of permissions.

Note: You can't modify the permissions of the preset roles, but you can create custom roles and assign specific permissions to them to fit your needs.

Viewing Roles & Permissions

  1. On the WISK Web Portal, hover over your username on the bottom left to see more options and click "Venue Settings"

    An arrow points to the "Venue Settings" menu option

    Note: You'll only see this option if you're an Admin of the venue

  2. Click “Roles”

    An arrow points to the "Roles" tab.

  3. You’ll then see the roles for the venue. You can click on a role to expand it and see the permissions

    The different roles that are available and their permissions.

Permissions by Role

These are the permissions for the preset roles, and cannot be modified. If you want to modify the permissions, you can create a new role from an existing one or from scratch:

Note: The "No Item" Edit roles for Admin and Manager has access to all the same permissions except the following:

  • Items

    • Edit items

    • Archive items

    • Manage families and categories

A table of all the permissions for each role
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