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Role-based permissions for the mobile app

As a system administrator, you can specify what controls a user can see on the mobile device, depending on their roles and responsibilities (also known as role-based permissions). For example, you might want an emergency team to be able to see the map, send field reports, start tracking, and send emergency duress alerts. However, you might want a student on a campus or non-emergency personnel to only be able to receive notifications and to send duress (emergency) alerts to security without having access to the map or to tracking or field reports.
  1. For users who need advanced features, create a distribution list.
  2. In the navigation bar, click The Settings icon.
  3. In the
    section, click
    Mobile App
  4. In the
    Mobile Application Features
    section, select
    to grant permission to receive alerts on mobile devices.
  5. Select
    Alert Publishing
    to provide publishing permission to operators.
  6. Select
    Advanced Features
    to provide advanced features to a group of users. When selected, the Select advanced features section appears.
  7. In the
    Select advanced features
    section, select one or more types of alerts that the user can access from the mobile application:
    • Emergencies
      : Send duress messages.
    • Check In/Check Out
      : User check ins and check outs on the map.
    • Reports
      : Send field reports.
    • Tracking
      : Track mobile device location for a specified amount of time.
    • My Profile Page
      : Enable users to edit their My Profile page.
  8. After selecting an advanced feature, choose a distribution list that can use the selected feature.
  9. Make any other needed changes for the Mobile App settings.
  10. Click