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Setting Relative Permissions


Lauren
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Once you have added a relative/relatives to Tapestry you will want to take a look at what they can do there! Whilst most of the permissions won't affect what you're adding to Tapestry in terms of EasyPeasy, it is still good to make sure relatives aren't able to see anything in Tapestry that you don't want them to! 

So, to do that, just make sure you're logged in as a manager, and then go to the Control Panel by clicking on your name in the top right hand corner and selecting ‘Control Panel’ from the drop-down menu.

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You’ll then need to select ‘User Permissions’ from the left-hand side menu.
 

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Click on the ‘Relatives’ tab at the top of the page.

 

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To change a permission you will need to click on the ‘Edit’ button at the end of the row.

 

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Once you have clicked on the edit button you will get a pop-up box from which you can choose the default option, permitted or not permitted (1). Then if you want to allow some users different permissions you just need to tick the 'set different permissions for some users' box (2). You will then see a list of all the relatives and will be able to set a different preference for each of them (3).

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Assessment settings

This isn't really relevant to EasyPeasy posts, but you can also change whether or not relatives are able to view any assessments related to their child's observations by doing the following;

1. Accessing your Control panel
2. Click on the 'Settings' tab
3. Click on the 'Assessments' tab
4. On this page you see all your enabled Assessment frameworks and you can allow relatives to see the assessments on their children's observations by ticking the box next to 'Display to relatives' for each assessment framework.
Please ensure you save any changes you make.

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