A member in 21RISK is first and foremost an e-mail and name. However, there are also several other properties that can be saved on a user, enabling some more advanced features. you can update an existing user in the tables view:
You can also invite new members
When using one of the above options, you will evenutally be presented with this dialog
Keep reading to learn in detail about the different member options.
A member can have exactly one role. The main objective of roles is to allocate permissions to different members. A member will in other words have the permissions assigned to a given role. Does the permissions for that role change, the member's permissions will therefore also change.
A member can optionally be assigned responsibility for a given model.
The motivation for this is to make sure that no non-compliant actions are unassigned for that particular model .
We notify the model-responsible member by email if any non-compliant actions are missing from being assigned a responsible person. You can read more about the email here.
Please notice that you don't need to assign members a responsibility, to ensure they have access to a given model.
A member can have permission from 2 origins:
- Direct assigned permissions
The permissions dialog makes it possible to both view all permissions the user is assigned, as well as making it possible to toggle direct permissions.
In the example above you can see that the member has permission to read actions, published reports and members from the assigned role (hence the R). The member can also create draft reports - a permission assigned directly. Please note, that you can only toggle permissions, that the member