A user role is a collection of permissions that are defined to indicate the actions that an admin can complete. For example, to create or edit questions in My Library, you must be a Library admin.
In Recruit, there are two major roles:
- Company-level roles
- Test-level roles
There are 4 major company-level roles:
- Super admin
- Test admin
- Library admin
- Send API Requests
||A super admin has access to all the features in the company account. A few features are exclusive only to super admins, such as:
A test admin can do everything related to tests (only in tests that have been created by them) such as:
Important: Test admins will not be able to alter tests that they have not created or were not explicitly added to.
A library admin can do everything related to the library, such as:
Note: Only questions of the question types that your subscription supports can be created.
|4||Send API Requests||
An API admin can send API requests. Recruit allows you to use the following types of API:
|5||No access||When an admin is added to a test but has no access on the company level, No Access is displayed under their email ID.
With this type of access, you will get Test Admin access for specific tests but you will not have access to any other company-level features.
There are 4 test-level roles.
- All access
- Only questions
- Only reports
- Questions and reports
||Complete access to a test|
|2||Only questions||You can complete the following tasks:
|3||Only reports||You can complete the following tasks:
|4||Questions and reports||You have the same permissions as the “Only questions” and “Only reports” roles.|