Access Levels allow you to manage what your users can see and do in Clui, and within groups in Clui. You can view all of your Access Levels in Enterprise Settings, on the Access Levels tab. Click an access level on the left to see and edit the permissions it has. The badge next to each access level will tell you how many users currently have this access level applied to them.
There are 2 different types of access levels in Clui:
Enterprise Access Levels control what a user can do in Clui, across the whole enterprise. A user only has one enterprise access level for their account. As an example, you might want to create an Access Level called Course Designer, which has permission to create and edit courses, but has no access to user accounts, reports or sales.
Group Access Levels control what a user can do within a group and on the group's users. A user has one Access Level for each group they're in. You might create a Group Access Level called Group Manager, who has access to user and group management features, such as adding and removing users from the group.
Creating Access Levels
You can create new Enterprise and Group Access Levels, on the Access Levels tab in Enterprise Settings, by clicking the New Access Level button.
After naming the access level, you can choose to inherit the permissions from an existing access level, or if you want to start with no permissions checked, leave the inherit dropdown set on Learner.
Note: Inheriting permissions from an existing access level is only on the initial creation of the new access level. Subsequent changes to the access level that was inherited from, won't be reflected on the newly created one.
When you create an access level, it's available for any administrator in the enterprise to use, not just the account it was created by.
Viewing and editing a user's access levels
You can view and edit a user's access levels on the People page, on a user's User Account page, and you can view your own access levels on your Profile page.
You can also select a user's Group access level when inviting them to a group.