Security Roles Update

Good holiday weekend HamClubOnline Administrators,

A long time requested feature has finally been implemented!

HamClubOnline has switched from using access levels to a role-based security system. Your current access levels have been mapped to the new role-based security model.

The new security roles are:

Administrator – Access to all modules and configuration screens AND assigns security roles to members.
Assets Manager – Creates and maintains Fixed Assets
Attendance Manager – Can take attendance for all events
Communications Manager – Creates and maintains newsletters/communications, can issue activation alerts and receives club communications
Elections Manager – Creates and maintains elections and surveys
Emergency Manager – Can issue activation alerts
Events Manager – Creates and maintains club events and can take attendance for all events
Finance Manager – View financial and membership reports AND post all financial transactions to members
Membership Manager – Add/remove members from club, make roster changes, post membership only transactions to members, manage applicants
Skills Manager – Assign and maintain skills on members
Store Manager – Maintains item catalog for store and performs order management for store orders

Administrative security will no longer be assigned by club rank. You will find these new roles on the manage member screen. Administrators can assign/remove roles, others will be able to view only. A role-based security report will be available under the membership reports menu.

Access levels 0 and 1 are still in use for limited and normal members in the ranks configuration and will allow more granular controls soon.

At your convenience, please log in and modify permissions for your staff as necessary.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please contact support.

Thank you for your continued support!

73 de AJ6B, Sean Reigle

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