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User Roles

Role Types


- Has access to all parts of their organisation in Nod

- Can change the user roles of other users

- Can set up location and playlist managers for different locations and playlists

- Can customise schedules, controllers and assets. 

- Can use zones and tags

- Can upload content and add to playlists and controllers

- Can see the status and information of all screens, can push application and content updates as needed.

- Can invite new users

- Can set up new screens

Location Manager

- Can see the status of all screens within the location

- Can see the content playing in their locations

- Change change the priority of assets within their location

Playlist manager

- Can see the playlists that they have been added to

- Can drag and drop content to add to their playlist

- Can see all previous added content for their playlist

Change a User's Role

Note: This section is only relevant for Organisations that use the "Schedules" tab. Your organisation may only "Playlists". Contact Nod Support if you would like to change your account type. 

Change a user to playlist manager

1. Log in as an administrator

2. Go to the settings tab, click edit on the "Demo Demo" user

3. In the popup change the role to "Playlist manager"

4. Now you have to add "Demo Demo" to the playlists that you want them to be a manager of. Go to the schedules tab. 

5. Click on the schedule that is already set up as a playlist, see [creating schedules](doc:creating-schedules)  for more information on setting up a playlist. Here we are using the "Internal Playlist"

6. Add "Demo Demo" as a playlist manager

Add a location manager

1. Log in as an administrator

2. Go to the settings tab, click on "New User"

3. Add a name, email address, change the role to "Location manager"

4. Add the locations that you want "New User" to see.

5. An invite with be sent out to "New User" and the can follow the steps to become a Location Manager.

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