Managing User Privileges

What the user privileges section is and how it interacts with each and every user.

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This article is aimed to explain how the User Privileges section works and how it interacts with each and every user.

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User profile permissions

This section allows you, the admin, to enable/disable the ability for users to update certain profile information. For example, you may want users to be able to update their "About Me" section but not their "Job Title."

Turning privileges on and off

  1. Open the admin portal

  2. Go to the Blink Identity section and click on "User Privileges"

  3. Select the field(s) you'd like to turn on/off by clicking on the toggle to the right. Options where the toggle is blue are on whereas options where the toggle is grey are off.

  4. Once you've made the desired edits, click "save changes" to finalize it.

New user default role

When you invite a user, they are automatically assigned a role in your organization. This option allows you to set the default role for any invites sent for your organization. You have the option to set this to either Basic User or Admin.

💡 Helpful Hint

Have a question about what each role can do? Check out this article!

Controlling invites

We want to ensure every member of your organization is able to access Blink and use the app to its fullest potential; however, we understand that it's important to maintain the security of the organization at all times. As a result, you have the option to limit who may invite users. You can set this to be for both Team and Org Admins or reserve this permission for only Org admins.

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