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How to set up and invite your team members
How to set up and invite your team members
Team Admins can share access with their Team: Create Site Admins, Reporting, or Front Desk & Security Users. Share access to multiple Sites
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Written by Zacharie Curl
Updated over a week ago

Within Sine, you will be able to set permissions per platform—both Core and Workflows. In this article, we will look at how to set up team permissions for Sine Core.

There are four standard roles for team members. These are Team Administrator, Site Administrator, Front Desk & Security and Reporting User. For customers that have purchased 'Lobbies' they will also see an additional Lobby Administrator role. See the below table for a summary of roles and their associated permissions:

Note: To log in to the iPad, the user must be either a Site Administrator or a Team Administrator.

This is an image of the user adding a new administrator to their Team

Go to Team in the web dashboard, then from the Collaborators tab, add a collaborator’s email.

Choose the location that the new team member will be working at. This will assign the team member to that location, with access to only that location's functionality. Alternatively, set access to All Locations to grant permissions to all Locations.

Next, select the level of permission to grant to that team member.

  • Team Administrators have access to all functionality including Workflows (if activated)

  • Site Administrators have access to all functionality specific to their Site (Activity, Invitations, Reports, Hosts) except Team & Billing functionality. They do not have access to Lobbies.

  • Front Desk & Security have access to Activity, Invitations, Reports and read access to Hosts.

  • Reporting users only have access to Reports.

  • Lobby Administrators (available for customers who have purchased add-on) have access to all lobbies, including creating a lobby and adding a display.

Finally, click Invite. Your collaborator will now be invited. Make sure the invitee accepts the email and creates an account if they don’t have one. 

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