How to setup WPEP user roles

You can delegate core platform tasks and assign core platform management responsibilities to your team without giving them full admin access to your site with WPEP User Roles.

You have 5 key user roles available in your WPEP Platform:

  1. Platform Manager
  2. Content Manager
  3. Audience Manager
  4. Individual Course Manager
  5. Individual Content Manager

Each role comes with all the required capabilities assigned to it to enable each team member to access only those features and functions needed to perform all tasks within any given area of responsibility.

Platform Managers have access to your entire platform and can edit any aspect of it.

Content Managers have access to your entire content (courses, ebooks, etc.) and can edit all of it.

Audience Managers have access to your WordPress users and to your Statistics.

Individual Course Managers can see all your courses, but not edit all of them. They can only create courses and are only able to edit courses they have created.

Individual Content Managers can see all your content, but not edit all of it. They can only edit the content they have created.

You may want to give an individual course or content manager access to an existing course/set of courses. This can be done by following the steps outlined in this article here.

You can attribute a role to a new user following these steps:

1: Navigate to Users in your WordPress sidebar and click Add New to add your new user.

2: Enter their information in the Add New User page, choose the WPEP user role you’d like to attribute to them from the drop-down and click Add New User.

To change the role of an existing user, follow these steps:

1: Navigate to Users in your WordPress sidebar.

2: Click the user you’d like to edit.

3: Scroll down to the Role section and choose the WPEP user role you’d like to attribute to them from the drop-down.

4: Click Update User to save the changes.

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