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Access Passes

Church Management contains several pre-built Access Passes that allow you to give specific permissions to specific features.

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Written by Cody Walton
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They can be found in the Settings menu of the Church Management Dashboard. Multiple access passes can be added to an individual user allowing for flexibility and customization!
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When a user is given access to Church Management they will receive an email with instructions to set up their credentials and the URL they will log into.

It's very important to note that these users will not have access to dashboard.subsplash.com as users are stored differently. If you do have someone with access to the entire Subsplash Dashboard or manage things like Media, Website, or App, check out this article.


Permissions

Here is a brief overview of what each of these access passes do:


Super Administrator

Grants a user permission to manage all account details and do pretty much everything else.


Communications Manager

Grants a user permission to create and send mailouts and communications to contacts in the database.


Forms Manager

Grants a user permission to create and manage forms.


Groups Manager

Grants a user permission to create and manage groups and teams.


Event Manager

Grants a user permission to create, and manage events and services.


People Manager

Grants a user permission to view and update contact profiles and family household information.
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Invitation Codes

Each access pass has a unique code that users can enter to redeem and collect the pass. You can use the "Share" button to send an email with the access code and instructions for how to apply the Access Pass to the user's account.
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Once a user enters the invitation code the access pass will be granted to their user profile and all of the permissions granted by the pass will be granted to the user. If the user does not yet have a user profile in your account a user profile will be generated for them.

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