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This article explains the functionality of the User module, available in Print 2.0.
About Print modules
Print 2.0 currently contains five standard modules and two modules available as add-ons. Each module serves a separate Print operation.
The User module is part of the standard functionality and allows you to create new users with specific user roles or update the role of current users.
Learn more about the other modules available in Print by reading about the Print 2.0 user interface.
About the User module
In the User module, you can
- create new users
- set up user roles and permissions
- set up access to configuration for tables
Multiple user roles are supported. Below is a description of each role.
Manages the whole instance across all tenants.
Manages one specific tenant.
Manages the creation of configuration and prints.
Manages template upload.
Can read specific areas.
Access to specific modules or functionality is enabled or disabled for each role described above. Depending on their role, a user might be able to create, update, read, delete data on a specific module or functionality area, or they might not have access to it at all.
A table showing permissions for each module or function, based on the user role.
|Source||update, read||update, read||update, read||✕||update, read|
✓: full access (create, update, read, delete)
✕: no access
Print 2.0 allows you to visualize fields as tables. When enabled, this feature becomes an option inside the Configuration module. This option can be enabled or disabled on the tenant level. If the module is disabled, the user does not have access regardless of their role.