The first user who moves his contacts to InStream is the admin for the organization. Admin has access to all the content on the platform, can create lists of relations and invite other users to the organization. They will receive emails with links to complete the registration process. Also, an admin has access to advanced settings. In one organization, there may be a few admins because they can share their privileges with other users.
Users can’t create their own lists of relations. Lists are assigned to them by the admin. The admin may, however, share their power to create lists of relations. Then even an ordinary user will be able to create a list of relations, manage them and share with other users.
The major differences between an admin, a user with admin privileges and a user presents the table below.
|Abilities||Admin||User with admin priviliges||User|
|Taking away the admin’s rights from other users||yes||yes||no|
|Deleting accounts of other users with the admin’s rights||yes||yes||no|
|Deleting other users accounts||yes||yes||no|
|Inviting new users to the organization||yes||yes||no|
|Creating new lists||yes||yes||yes|
|Adding custom fields in the grid view||yes||yes||yes, but only on the lists the particular user has created|
|Adding custom fields in the contact detailed view||yes||yes||yes|
|In case of downgrade deciding which custom fields will be detaled||yes||yes||no|
|Managing all lists created within one organization||yes||yes||no, user can only manage the lists he created|
|Access to the organization’s settings||yes||yes||no|
|Access to pricing||yes||yes||no|
|Ability to change the pricing plan||yes||yes||no|
|Access to reports||yes||yes||yes|
|Access to the settings of reports||yes||yes||no|