What can 'Team Managers' do?

Find out about the additional permissions which Team Managers get.

What happens when someone is a 'Team Manager'?

- In addition to their main role (e.g. Learner, Curator, etc), if someone is a Team Manager they will be granted extra permissions.

- This mainly involves being able to add content and assessments for members of their Team.

- In addition, they will be granted permissions not just for the Teams of which they’re a manager (the ‘Parent team’), but also the Sub-teams that are below the Parent Team.

 

For the Parent Teams they manage and the sub-teams below them *only*, they can:

  • Add tasks 
  • View assessments 
  • View reports on assessment and content
  • View all saved reports
  • Add 1-to-1s, and edit the ones they’ve created
  • View 1-to-1s 
  • Add objectives 
  • Make and approve budget requests

Stand-in Manager

  • A stand-in manager will get full manager rights when the original manager is listed as on a break.
  • A stand-in manager will have full access to the original manager's direct reports' information - so please use this with caution
  • The original manager will lose their rights while the stand-in is in place, and their rights will be restored to them once they're marked as active again. 

If you would like to know more about the different roles and their permissions (Learner, Admin, etc…) then please click here to read our article on this topic.