Company Admins have similar access to SuperAdmins but cannot set permissions for users. As such, they cannot determine who else can be SuperAdmin or Admin. Only SuperAdmins can make a user an Admin with Permissions in the web console.
A user will need to have already been added to Soldo for a SuperAdmin to change their permissions. To find out how to do this, click here.
Here's how a SuperAdmin can make a user an Admin in the web console:
- Login to the web console at: manage.soldo.com
- Click on Configure, and then Permissions
- Select a user you want to change permissions for.
- At the top of the option list under "Select type", choose between employee, manager, selecting admin.
- Click Save.
Permissions are made up of a user being given a Role for a specific Group.
For example, most users would have a role of "Employee" and a group of "Self user" but some employees that require both a Soldo card for their own expenses, as well as being able to manage the day-to-day flow of a company's cash flow, may also have a role of "Admin" for the "All Company" group.