Where can I manage Role Permissions?

Only MaestroQA Admins can manage Role Permissions, and these settings are located on the User Roles page.

Understanding the Role Permissions page

Upon locating the Role Permissions tab on the User Roles page, you will first notice a table pop up.

Role Permissions

In this table, there are 7 columns, and these columns function as follows:

Role Name

Shows the 5 roles that are available in Maestro. These 5 roles are as follows:

  • Admin

  • Grader

  • Manager

  • Agent (limited to Professional package)

  • Limited Agent (limited to Professional package)

View Grades

Determines whether a role has the ability to see QA scores. Users can select:

  • No: No QA scores can be seen at all.

  • Own Only: This means that the role can only see QA Scores for tickets that are directly linked to their User Account.

  • Yes: Can see QA scores for all agents and rubrics the user has access to

View Grader

Determines whether a role has the ability to see the grader on a ticket. Users can select:

  • No: Users with this role cannot see who has graded the ticket

  • Yes: Users with this role can see who has graded the ticket

Edit Grades

Determines whether a role has the ability to create or modify QA scores. Users can select:

  • No: Users with this role cannot create AND cannot modify QA scores

  • Yes: Users with this role can create AND cannot modify QA scores

View Calibration

Determines whether a role has the ability to view completed Calibrations

  • No: Users with this role cannot view calibrations

  • Own: Users with this role can only view calibrations they have created

  • Own + Final: Users with this role can view their own calibration as well as the Final Calibration

Edit Calibrations

Determines whether a role has the ability to create or modify Calibrations

  • No: Users with this role cannot create or modify any calibrations

  • Own: Users can create and modify their own calibrations

  • Own + Final: Users with this role can create and modify their own calibration as well as create/modify Final Calibrations

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