School Administrators can have a vast spectrum of permissions, which allows to create administrators with very different levels of access to the platform.

To manage the Administrators' permission settings, you will need the highest permission: "Settings".

  1. Log in to CampusGroups.
  2. Click on "Admin" (key icon in the top menu).

   3. Click on "Users" and then on "Administrators" at the bottom of the left-side menu.

   4. You will be redirected to the Administrators' list.

   5. Each Administrator have multiple Permission Settings.
The very first one, is Admin defines whether the user is an Administrator or not.
All others defines if the Administrator can access and manage the corresponding field.
Here are the different permissions:

  • Users: Allow administrators to add, edit, de-activate, re-activate, verify and manage users from the Users menu under the Admin section.
  • Groups: Allow administrators to manage any groups.

Note that it is possible to restrict which Group Types the Administrator will be able to manage by clicking "Which Groups?" 

  • Emails: Allow administrators to access the Emails menu under the Admin section.
  • Events: Allow administrators to view all events in the calendar and access the Events menu from the Admin section.
  • Engagement: Allow administrators to access the Engagement menu under the Admin section.
  • Money: Allow administrators to view all payments and to manage budgets from the Money menu under the Admin section.
  • Trends & Reports: Allow administrators to access all trends and reports from the Trends & Reports menu under the Admin section.
  • Apps: Allow administrators to access the Apps menu under the Admin section.
  • Feeds Topics: Allow administrators to access the Feeds Topics menu under the Admin section.
  • Rooms: Allow administrators to add, edit, delete and manage rooms from the Rooms menu under the Admin section.
  • Badges: Allow administrators to access the Badges menu under the Admin section.
  • Maps: Allow administrators to access the Maps menu under the Admin section.
  • Connection Programs: Allow administrators to access the Mentoring Programs menu under the Admin section.
  • Websites: Allow administrators to access the Websites menu under the Admin section.
  • Important Dates: Allow administrators to access the Important Dates menu under the Admin section.
  • API: Allow administrators to access the API under from the More menu under the Admin section.
  • Settings: Allow administrators to update every administrators permissions and to access the Settings menu under the Admin section.

Note that the "Settings" permission will overwrite all other permission settings and can be considered as the "SuperAdmin" setting, with full access to the platform.

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