Roles are a set of permissions that will help a user to perform a task successfully. Following are the roles that exist by Default in the system.
To access User Roles in Apty Assist:
1. Log into the Admin Console.
2. On the the bottom of the left side panel click the Settings icon. The System Settings page opens.
3. In the System Settings page select the Roles tab. A page listing all the default user roles open. NOTE: New User Roles can be created from this page as well.
The list of default User Roles:
This role allows to view dashboard and application analytics. He has no editor access.
An Application administrator is responsible for creating and managing data related to the applications which he has access. Application Admin is responsible for managing and customizing a specific application/s. He can create and view data in both Admin and Editor. He will not have access to any system level settings.
This role focuses on application customization (Player theme, Keyboard shortcuts, Language, Time zone etc.).
A Publisher is a person who will have Permission to view Data(Flows, Validations, Launchers, etc.) and change the publishing status of the same data. A publisher can view the data in Admin and Editor both, but he cannot edit any data related to the tool.
A Translator will be able to see the Content/Data (Flows, Validations, Launchers, etc.). and he can create translations for the Content present.
This role has access to not only viewing dashboard and application analytics but also managing SFTP configurations.
A Content Manager has access to create, approve or reject, and publish content.
Content Creator(with Publish access)
This user role can create content, request content for approval, modify, and publish content once approved.
This user role has the ability to review, approve or reject content sent for approval request, and send feedback to the content creator for any modifications.
A content creator has permission to create, edit or delete Data (Flows, Validations, Launchers, etc.). He has access for both the editor and player and can make the necessary changes to the Applications he has access to.
System administrator is a person who has all the permissions for the system (Admin and Editor). He can create, delete or edit any content. He can configure system level settings (System Configuration )like SSO, Scheduler etc., and can also create users and Custom Roles. He can also manage Application level settings (General settings) and Data (Flows, Validations, Launchers, etc.) for the application he/she has access to (Application access is given at the time of user creation).
For more details refer to: Add a Custom Role