ANCILE Info Pak, uLearn, & uAlign

What user roles does uAlign support?


  • Product: ANCILE uAlign


uAlign's roles are intended to identify a team of users that perform a common uAlign function or activity. Each user or group can be assigned to one of following three roles:

End User: Members of the user role can:

  • View and respond to a message.
  • Mark a message as a favorite.
  • Answer questions about micro-learning content.
  • View user response metrics for individual messages, individual assessments, all messages within a stream, and all messages within organization.
  • Edit user profile - first name, last name, username, email, password, time zone, locale, and daily email notification setting.
  • Subscribe to channels, if allowable.

Author: Members of the author role can:

  • Create, edit, preview, duplicate, recall, and delete messages.
  • Schedule messages for delivery in channels or campaigns.
  • View user response metrics across an entire organization and in channels and campaigns within an organization.
  • Add and remove users from a channel or campaign.
  • Create, edit, and remove delivery methods (channels and campaigns) in an organization.
  • View reports on channels, campaigns, and messages.

Administrator: Members of the administrator role can:

  • Invite or remove users as a member of an organization.
  • Resend or remove a sent invitation within an organization.
  • Create, edit, and remove user groups within an organization.
  • Add and remove users from a user group.
  • Set a user's role in the organization.
  • Switch organization's primary contact (owner) to another organization administrator.
  • Add and remove authorization for channels and campaigns.

Access is cumulative for the roles. In other words, a member of the administrator role can perform all the actions of members of the user and author roles. A member of the author role can perform all actions of the user role.

If you assign specific authors to a channel or campaign, then ONLY the assigned authors can create messages in the channel or campaign.  Otherwise, if you choose not to assign specific authors to a channel or campaign, then ANY author can create messages in the channel or campaign.

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