When inviting new members to the Vouchery app, it's crucial to consider their role in managing promotions and the level of access they require. Refer to the descriptions below and select the option that best suits their needs.
When inviting a new user to Vouchery, please provide their name and a valid work email address. This email will be used to send the invitation and create their login details. The user will need access to this email to accept the invite.
Decide whether the user should receive system notifications by checking the checkbox. Users can change these settings upon login in the "My Account" section.
You can assign each user to a specific team or multiple teams. This allows you to restrict their campaign view or leverage team information in reporting and analytics.
Each user in the Vouchery app is assigned a specific role that dictates their permissions.
SuperAdmin is the account owner. In addition to accessing all platform features, SuperAdmin can manage projects and company info, including access to all account projects.
Admin: has access to all features within specified projects (depending on their access scope), including inviting new users and deactivating existing ones. Admins can create new campaigns and manage redemptions and customer data.
Point of Distribution: has access only to Distribution API. This user can only search for and receive existing vouchers and promo codes and does not have access to the Vouchery web app - campaign dashboard.
Point of Sale: The user can access the Redemption API, the 'New Redemption' feature on the Vouchery web app, and has full access to the mobile app voucher scanner. This user role is ideal for partners or small merchants who should only be able to redeem vouchers, not create or view campaigns.
and an access scope that limits which campaigns user will be able to see:
- Project: all campaigns within the accounts
- Team: only campaigns belonging to the same team as user
- Campaign: only selected campaigns
You can define each user's team so that later you can restrict the user's access scope to team which means the user will only be able to see and manage the campaigns that are only created by the defined team.
If a user is from the marketing team and has a Team access scope, then this user will only be able to see and manage the campaigns that are only created by the marketing team.
Updated 6 months ago