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The Manage Roles section allows you to grant different levels of roles and permissions to your users and restrict their access to portions of your site.

Role: The role is the title given to the set of Permissions you will grant the user, e.g., Developer, Moderator, Admin. A role can have multiple permissions. Permissions: Permissions are to define what type of access you want to grant to each role, e.g., Add, Edit, Delete.

Example: You have Moderators on a web forum, and you want them to be able to "Edit" posts but not "Delete" them. In this case, you would create a "Moderator" role for your moderators and give this role the "Edit" Permission.

To access Manage Roles, login to your LoginRadius Dashboard account, from the left navigation panel, click the User Management and then navigate to the Manage Roles section.

Click the down arrow, and the Manage Roles screen will appear:

Manage Roles

To add a new role, click the ADD ROLE button, the following pop-up will appear:

Add Roles

Enter the following details:

  • Role Name: Enter the desired role name.
  • Permissions: Enter the desired permission name. You can add multiple comma ( , ) separated permissions but need to give it at least 1 permission.

Click the ADD button to save the Role.

Note: You need to define the scope and access of your application’s portions with the created roles and permissions.

To Edit or Delete a role, click the edit/delete icon available in the respective role’s row.

Edit Roles

You will get a list of all the Roles you have created in the Manage Roles Section. You can also add a Default Role that all of your users should have upon registration. To have a default role, simply click the checkbox next to the desired role in the Set as Default column as displayed in the below screen:

Edit Roles

The default role allows you to select a role applicable to users when they register on your application. Guest Role is a default role in the above screen, so users registering on your application will have the Guest role and linked permission by default.

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