Permission allows you to share your company data to any other user with/without sharing the absolute authority to that data. You can give specific set of permissions for different kinds of users of your company data. This can be done by assigning a specific role to that user.

There are 3 predefined set of roles available in Giddh.

  1. Super Admin: Super admin gets the authority to view, update, delete and share all the modules he has been given permission of.
  2. Admin: An admin can view, update and delete the modules shared with him.
  3. View: The scope of a user who is given the authority to view is restricted to view only. He can not make any changes in any modules.

Click here, to know How to give Permissions.

A super admin also has the authority to create custom roles providing specific scope and giving specific permissions.
Click here, to know How to Create Custom Roles.

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