What do Access Levels mean in TeachBoost?
Staff access levels control what a user can see and do on TeachBoost.
It's critically important that staff access levels are correct for all users in your organization. If their access level is too low, staff won't be able to do the work they need to on the system. If their access level is too high, they may have access to data they should not see.
There are four different roles or access levels within TeachBoost:
- Level 1 corresponds to a teacher-level of access
- Levels 2 and 3 are broadly equivalent admin access levels, able to do the same things as each other
- Level 4 staff have full administrative permissions for their school or group
This chart shows a breakdown of what each level of user can do on the system by default:
Note: There may be additional layers of permissions enabled at your school (e.g. 'caseloads'). If you have any queries about access levels or permissions for your staff, please submit a support ticket with the details of your scenario and/or request!