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System Admin Window

The System Admin window provides administrators the ability to add, edit, and delete all users and clients within the system. It also provides access to all files within the organization’s Enterprise Account.

The System Admin window has three main parts to it:
1. Main Table
2. Actions Tab
3. Group Associations Table


Main Table

The Main Table of the System Admin allows for selecting a user of any role or a client. All users are listed here.
Double Clicking on a client will place the client’s portfolio in the Admin’s File Organizer. The page cycling options at the bottom allow you to view other users on different pages.

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The column headings of the users table, in order, includes:
1. Identification Number
2. First Name
3. Last Name
4. Organization
5. Group
6. Location
7. Role
8. Email
9. User/Associated Users
10. Sysname (Name of URL)

When hovering over a column heading, a down arrow will appear on the far right side of heading title. Clicking on the down arrow will allow the user to change the order in which the clients are sorted. It will also allow the user to hide or show each of the column types.


Screen Shot 2017-03-08 at 11.24.05 PMActions Tab

1. Open:
– After using the checkbox to select a user from the adjacent users table, this action will open the File Organizer and display the user’s portfolio.
2. Search:
– The search can be used to search/filter multiple types of criteria. Click here for more information about search options.
3. Add User:
– Allows Admin to create another user/client in the system. Both Personal Details and Group Association tabs need to be filled out in order to add a user.
4. Editing a User:
– Using the checkbox to select a user from the users’ table of the System Admin with this action allows an Admin to edit information in the user’s/client’s profile. Clicking on the pencil on the users table also provides the Admin a way to edit profile.
5. Deleting a User:
– Using the checkbox to select a user from the users table and then clicking this action allows an Admin to delete the user’s/client’s profile. Clicking on the ”X” on the users table will also allow the Admin a way to delete the user/client.
6. Inactivate User:
– Using the checkbox to select a user from the users table with this action allows an Admin to inactivate a user’s/client’s profile. Inactivating the user/client will allow the Admin to keep the portfolio within the system, but not active to access or login.
7. Reactivate User:
– Using the checkbox to select a user from the users table with this action allows an Admin to reactivate a user’s/client’s profile. Reactivating the user/client will activate that user/client that was inactive back to their active status and accessibility.
8. View Notifications:
– Using the checkbox to select a user from the users table with this action allows an Admin to review all notifications that were set by the Admin for a user’s or client’s portfolio.
9. Configure Notifications:
– This allows the Admin the ability to configure what notifications they will receive per user/client.
10. Export Report:
– This allows the Admin the ability to download the search results from the users table into a CSV file.
11. Clear Session:
– This allows the Admin the function to clear any user’s session if they logged out incorrectly and are not able to log in. This will clear their session immediately so they don’t have to wait the 10 minutes for the system to automatically clear their session to log in.
12. Skip Registration:
– Using the checkbox to select a user/users from the table with this action allows an Admin to remove the steps of registering on the site for that user. They will not have to recreate their password, username, or add in their email address before first using the system. You must add an email address in order for your user to receive any notifications. A reminder will pop-up after clicking this box.


Screen Shot 2017-03-08 at 11.41.59 PMGroup Association Table

The Group Association Table allows the Admin to view users and clients via their Group Associations.

– The table allows the Admin to select from the Organization, Group, Location, and/or Role levels.
– It also allows for a quick search to populate the adjacent Users Window with Clients, Users, Scorers, or Gold Standard Raters that are associated to each other.
– The Admin can use the checkboxes to define the search parameters and the “+” signs to delve into the selection.

How to Add a User (Admins Only)

By opening the System Admin, clicking on the Actions menu, and selecting “Add User”, the Admin will be able to create a new user for their system.

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Personal Details Tab

Required fields on both the Group Association and Personal Details tab are marked with a red asterisk (*). They can be seen in green below as well.

Screen Shot 2016-11-06 at 7.09.54 PMFirst Name
Last Name
Identification Number
Role(s)
– Default Login Role
– Demographic Info
– Ethnicity
– Date of Birth
– Gender
– Contact Info
– Email
– Address
– City, State, Zip
– Account Info
Username
Password
– Skip Registration
   

 

 

Please Note:
   – Checking the ‘Skip Registration’ box allows an Admin to remove the steps of registering on the site for the user being added.

   – Users will be listed as “Not Registered” in the System Admin if this feature is used when creating them.
   – The Admin must add an email address in order for your user to receive any notifications. A reminder will pop-up after    clicking this box.


Group Association Tab

Screen Shot 2016-11-06 at 7.13.02 PMAn Admin will need to associate the role with an Organization, Group, Location, and/or User, depending on the added role.

To associate, highlight the name needed in “Available Groups” from the left section and either drag and drop to the “User Groups” section or click on the arrows to transfer it.

 

Required Associations for Each Role:
Admin – Organization
Client – Group
Location
User
Please note by adding the user to a client, it gives the selected user access to the client.
Gold Standard Rater – Group and Location
Group Admin – Group
Group System Admin – Group
Login Client – Group and Location
Scorer – Group and Location
User – Group and Location

Please note that the system will notify the Admin if group association is not correct.