How do I control program permissions in Volt?

Overview

In this article, you’ll learn how you can grant or restrict edit access to your programs in Volt.

There are three levels of permission controls: org-level (grant access to all coaches in your organization), group-level (grant access to coaches in specific groups), and user-level (grant access to specific coaches).

Currently, these permissions grant or restrict access to edit your program — this includes editing the calendar, training/workouts, roster, and program details. More flexible and customizable permissions are coming soon.

Org Permissions

Org Permissions grant edit access to all coaches in your organization. This will include any new coaches added to your org in the future. If you want any coach in your org to be able to edit your program, turn this toggle ON.

Group Permissions

Group Permissions grant edit access to coaches within specific groups. This will include any new coaches added to those groups in the future. If you want all coaches in a group to be able to edit your program, click the “Add Group” button to add the group to this table.

**Example**: You want all coaches in the Soccer Team group to be able to edit your Varsity Soccer Goalkeepers program. Go to the program > click “Add Group” > find the Soccer Team > click “Add.” Now, all coaches in this group can edit your program.

User Permissions

User Permissions grant access to specific coaches. Use this level of permissions when you want to restrict edit access to your program to a few specific coaches or strength coaches in your organization. To add a coach to this table, click “Add User.”

When you create a new program, you’ll be automatically added to the User Permissions table.

**Example:** You only want your assistant soccer coach to be able to edit your program, not all coaches in the Soccer Team group. Go to the program > click “Add User” > find your assistant coach > click “Add.” Now, just that coach can edit your program.

Connected Groups

In Volt’s old Group <> Program model, each program was “owned” by a group. Now, a program can be assigned to users across unlimited groups. But if you’d like to maintain a connection between a program and a group — for easy navigation between then — you can connect the program to the group, or vice versa.

Groups connected to your program will appear on the Groups tab. This provides an easy way to click back and forth between groups and programs you intend to work together. To connect a group, click “Connect Group” > find your group > click “Connect.”

You can also do this from the group. Programs connected to your group will appear on the Programs tab. To connect a program, click “Connect Program” > find your program > click “Connect.”

(Note: You can only connect groups <> programs that you have edit permissions on.)

**Important:** Connecting a group to your program does not assign the program to users in that group. All program assignment is done on the Roster tab of your program. To assign users to your program, go to “Roster” > click “Add Users.”

 

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