Configuring user permissions

In JungleMail for Office 365, you can assign different sets of permissions - called permission roles - to different users. Permission roles are useful if, for example, you want only a selected few users to be able to modify JungleMail for Office 365 settings, and a certain number of other users to be able to create and send newsletters. In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure user permissions.


User management

Notes

To view and modify the following settings, you must have the Administrator permission role.

To manage users, permissions, and license assignments, open the app, click your profile picture in the top right corner and select Users.In the window that opens, select:

  • Default permission role to specify the default permission role given to new users
  • Assign licenses automatically to enable or disable automatic license assignment for new users
  • Edit or Set permission role to (followed by role selection) to change permission roles for a user
  • Delete to unassign a selected user from any permission roles and delete the user from the list
  • Assign license or Unassign license to the selected user
  • Add new users to add users to the list

Recommended setup

If you're unsure about what permissions to give to which users, we recommend the following configuration:

  • Assign the Administrator role to 1-2 users, and the Editor role to other users of the app. If you want the non-administrator users to only have minimum permissions required to send newsletters, you can create a custom role with the View and Edit permissions in the Jobs and Templates section.
  • Set Default permission role to No Access.

Such a configuration will ensure that only one or two people in your organization will have full access to JungleMail for Office 365 settings, a small group of users will be able to create and send newsletters, and the rest of the staff will not be able to open or use the app.

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