User accounts in Tamago-DB can be set to one of three different permission levels or "roles":

  1. User
  2. Admin
  3. Super Admin


Each role allows for increasingly greater control over data in Tamago-DB.

 

The primary difference between Super Admin and Admin vs User is the ability to delete data, export data, access reporting, change ownership or records, and make changes in Administration settings.


The only difference between Super Admin and admin, is Super Admin has the ability to impersonate, or login as another user, on the system.


Application Settings

      

Feature
User
Admin
Super admin
Data add
O
O
O
Data edit
O
O
O
Notes edit
※ (Users can only edit their own notes)
O
O
Data archive
O
O
O
Shortlist creating and sharing
O
O
O
Adding contacts to a shared shortlist
O
O
O
Shortlists edit
※ (Only owners can edit their own shortlist)
(Only owners can edit their own shortlist)
(Super Admin can impersonate a user and change and delete shortlist for that user)
Attachments upload
O
O
O
Attachment download
O
O
O
Tasks assigning and creation
O
O
O
User setting access edit
O
O
O
Data deletion
O

O
O
Data merge
O
O
O
Data export
X
O
O
Reporting tool access
X
O
O
Agency dashboard access
X
O
O
Change record's ownership
X
O
O
Agency setting access
X
O
O

Administration Settings

      

Company setting edit
User
Admin
Super admin
Job board accounts management
X
O
O
Restrict new tag creation
X
O
O
Restrict copy-paste
X
O
O
Restrict IP address
X
O
O
New licenses add
X
(Users, Admins)
(Users, Admins, Super admins)
Users all license lock
X
O
O
Users profile edit
X
O
O
Change users passwords
X
O
O
Users access history
X
O
O
Impersonate (log as the other users)
X
X
O
Customize mandatory fields & deletion
X
O
O
Tags manager edit & deletion
X 
O
O