There are six permission types that can be assigned to a user at a district, school, class or group:
These permission types are organized in a hierarchy with the role of Super User having full management rights to the district, school, class or group of which they are a member.
Super Users also have the ability to designate other Super Users, Managers, Content Contributors, Staff, Member, and Auditors to help maintain a district, school, class, or group. Note: Since a Super User can have full management privileges to a district, school, classes, and groups, we recommend limiting the role of Super User to a select few in your school or district.
Each permission type will automatically inherit all the rights of the permission types below it. For example, a Super User in a Class has all the rights that a Manager and Content Contributor has; a Manager has all the rights that a Content Contributor has.
The Auditor permission is an additional permission that can be set along with all the other permission types. For example, you can have a Content Contributor for a school site who also has Auditor rights to all other classes and groups at the school.