Number of administrators
Miradore Free Plan users can only have one administrator account per site, whereas Business and Enterprise Plan users can invite unlimited number of administrators. In the Enterprise Plan it’s also possible to invite users with editor or reader access.
User roles and permissions
Currently Miradore provides three different permissions levels: Administrator, Editor, and Reader.
Administrator accounts have access to every feature of Miradore and can configure general system settings and user permissions.
Editor accounts have otherwise the same permissions than Administrators by default, but they just cannot access the System menu.
Readers have a read access to the entire system except the System menu, but they cannot edit anything.
In addition, tagging can be used to limit Editor and Reader permissions even more so that he/she can only manage a specific group of devices. Editors/Readers are unable to see or manage devices that are outside their (tag-defined) permission level. Editor/Reader can’t add or remove device or user tags either.
How to invite new administrator/editor/reader
1. Navigate to System > Permissions and click the green Invite user button from top of the page.
2. Enter the email address of the new administrator you want to invite and choose the desired permission level. For the Editor level, you can define tags to further reduce his/her permissions.
When you’re done click Invite.
3. In the last screen of the invitation wizard, you’ll see a notification which tells you whether the invitation was successfully sent. You may exit by clicking Close.
4. The invited administrator receives an email with instructions of how to complete his/her registration.
How to remove administrator/editor/reader
Removing permissions follows the same general flow as when inviting new administrators. Navigate to System > Permissions. Select users from the view and click the Delete button from top of the page.
If you’re a Free Plan user, consider upgrading your subscription if you’re interested in inviting additional administrator, editor or reader accounts.