By using predefined roles, you can grant different access levels (Admin versus Viewer) as well as a breadth of access (individual properties versus the whole account).

Organisation-level roles: Roles which grant full read/write or read-only access to the whole organisation.

Property-level roles: Roles which grant full read/write or read-only access to specific properties.

Organisation-level roles

Role

Description

Permissions

Read-only (Viewer)

Read-only access to the reports and Traffic Control, across the whole Organisation

Permissions for read-only actions, such as viewing (but not modifying) Traffic Control resources and Reporting.

Standard (Editor)

Read/write access to most of the resources across the whole Organisation

All the Viewer role permissions, plus permissions for:

  • Create/Edit Properties

  • Create/Edit Traffic Control resources

  • View Billing information

Admin (Owner)

Full read/write access to the whole Organisation

All the Editor role permissions, plus permissions for the following actions:

  • Manage users, roles and permissions for the organisation and all resources within the organisation.

  • Set up billing for an organisation.

Property-level roles

Role

Description

Permissions

Property Read-only (External Viewer)

Read-only access to the reports of specific properties

Permissions for read-only actions, such as viewing Reporting.

Standard (Editor)

The Standard role can be limited to only specific properties

All permissions of the Standard role but limited to specific properties.


💡 Tip
Property Read-only role is applicable to organisations like Networks that want to give reporting only access to their clients limited to only their specific properties.


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