The report user management module works just like the existing administration pages used to create/edit report users. The image below shows the report user management module in a portal.


Who can see what?

  • When an administrator is working in the new module, they see all users. When a report user is working in the new module, they will only see the users with the same (or less) access to filters, portal tabs, events etc.
  • When an administrator is working in the new module, they can add new users that exist in other projects (the same logic as existing administration pages). However, when a Report user is working in the new module, they cannot add users that exist in other projects. It is only possible to add new users or edit the existing users.
  • When an administrator is working in the new module, they can save and schedule invites exactly as they currently do in the administration pages. When a report user is creating an invite, they cannot schedule to send it out at a later time or save it for future usage. An invite can only be sent out at that time.
  • When a report user manages the access rights of other report users, then the following logic is applied to the hierarchical filter options:
    Access to all nodes: A Report user can only give other report users access to “Access to all nodes” if he/she has “Access to all nodes” enabled. If not, then the option is hidden so it cannot be used.
    Access to all child nodes: A report user can only give other report users access to “Access to all child nodes” if he/she has “Access to all nodes” or “Access to all child nodes” enabled. If not, then the option is hidden so it cannot be used.


The image below highlights the options “Access to all nodes” and “Access to all child nodes.” These are not shown for all report users that can manage the access rights, as they are access right dependent.