Use Permissions and Profiles to help control what your organization users can see and do within your event. By default, Lennd provides a profile named Admin that has full capabilities within your organization.

  • A permission is an action a user can do within your organization.

  • A profile is a set of permissions. A profile (e.g. "Admin", "Read Only", "Volunteer", etc.) is assigned to one or more users to control what they can do or see.

  • A default profile is a configuration provided by Lennd and cannot be modified.

  • A custom profile is something created by you that includes whatever permissions you select. You can name a custom profile after what type of users you want to assign the profile to. For example: "Read Only Users" or "PR Team".

Creating Custom Profiles

You can create custom profiles to control permissions for different users. When you invite a user into the system, you can assign this custom profile and the user will inherit the permissions set in the profile.

To create a new profile click on Create New Profile.

Give your profile a name and click Create

Once the profile is created, you’ll see the various features that you can enable to give permission. The standard features are listed first:

Then your custom features:

When you click the slider to enable a feature, you will see a breakdown of all permissions for that specific feature that can be enabled or disabled.

For example, my custom profile is for artist management so I will enable groups and decide what groups I want to give access to. Under Can View I will choose Only Specific Group Types.

I will then select Artists.

Just below the can view are a few other permissions you can turn off if you don’t want the user to be able to perform that specific task.

You can follow the above steps to enable any other features.

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