RideAmigos allows two levels of administrative access:
- Basic Network Managers
- Advanced Network Managers / System Administrators.
The most important concept to remember with network management is that management permissions are inherited. This means that a user who has permission to manage a network can also manage any subnetwork that falls under the network they manage.
If a user has management permissions at the top level of your network hierarchy then they will have permission to manage every user and network under that hierarchy. If a user has management permission for an employer or worksite network they will only be able to manage networks, users, and programs from that point down.
Depending on how your site has been configured, top-level access may be provided through an Advanced Network Manager account or through a System Administrator account. These two designations provide a nearly-identical suite of features. Which permission model your site uses is dependent on when your site was launched. Newer systems exclusively use Advanced Network Manager accounts. Here's a quick-reference guide to which features and tools are available to each type of admin account.
|Network Manager||Advanced Network Manager / System Admin|
|Create and Manage|
|Digital Inventory Items||No||Yes|
|User data reporting||Limited||Full|
|Trip log reporting||Limited*||Full|
|Trip plan reporting||Limited||Full|
|Trip search reports||No||Yes*|
|Use digital inventory items||Limited||Full|
|Manage digital inventory items||No||Yes|
|Send emails to users||No||Yes|
|Create custom locations||No||Yes*|
|Import new users||No||Yes|
|Manage all user details and data||No||Yes|
|Assign user tags for advanced filtering||No||Yes|
|Manually add members to networks||No||Yes|
|Proxy as user||No||Yes*|