There are two types of access in PRODUCER:

  1. Team Roles - these are roles that apply across the entire team. Each team member can only have one team role.

  2. Program Roles - these are roles that are specific to each program. Each team member may have a different role (or no role at all) for each program.

TEAM ROLES

PRODUCER has three team roles:

  • Team Admin - Users with this role can create/invite new users to the team; create new programs; edit and create themes; manage the graphical assets in the team library; and manage the team account settings. Team Admins can have any Program Role.

  • Team Member - Users with this role can edit learning programs that they have access to. Team Members can have any Program Role.

  • Guest - Users with this role can view and comment on learning programs they have access to. Guest can only have a Program Role of Reviewer or Viewer.

PROGRAM ROLES

Each of your team members can have different roles within each learning program. For example, a team member can be an Editor of one learning program and a Reviewer of another learning program.

PRODUCER has four program roles:

  • Producer - Users with the Producer Role can add new learning experiences to the program; edit the learning canvas; add, edit and delete screens; invite other team members to the program; edit the settings etc. This is the highest role in a learning program.

  • Editor - Users with the Editor role can edit text on existing screens in the learning program for screens that are in Review, Changes, or Complete status. They cannot add, delete, or re-arrange screens, or the content on screens. They cannot add or edit images, graphics, or screen settings.

  • Reviewer - Users with this role can view screens that are in Review, Changes, or Complete status. They can also use the Comments feature to comment and provide feedback on these screens.

  • Viewer - Users with this role can view screens that are in Review, Changes, or Complete status.

NOTE: Users with the Guest team role CANNOT be Editors or Producers of programs.

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