This feature helps you define custom roles and assign specific responsibilities to
You can create a custom role to provide authoring capabilities limited to a particular catalog. You can also create a role dedicated to
Feature privileges- Learning Objects: Use this option to provide access to
LOsrelated features. You can provide access to the following LOs.
- Job Aids
- Learning Programs
You can also grant specific operation control for the
LOs. The permission can be one of the following:
- Full Control
- Edit and delete
Scope for feature privileges: The scope of Feature privileges allocated to this role can be restricted to a specific User Group or one or more Catalogs.
Catalogs: Use the radio button to provide control over All catalogs or use the Set access per Catalog option to provide access to specific catalogs. You can also select multiple catalogs.
User Groups: Provide access to All User Groups or use the Set access per user group option to provide access to specific user groups. Only a single user group can be specified.
Note: If you have selected Announcement, Gamification, Email Templates, Skills, and Users under Account Privileges, the User Group access is provided to all user groups by default and this option is disabled.
If you have selected Learning Plans under Account Privileges, access to all Catalogs and User Groups is provided by default and these options under Scope is disabled.
Users: Use this option to determine which users are assigned this role. You can choose one or more users using the search box.
- You cannot search User Groups.
- You cannot search users who already have Admin role assigned to them.
- Assigning a new custom role to a user overrides
user'sprevious custom role.
When an Administrator assigns a custom role, you receive an email notification.
Note: If you are already logged in to Prime under a custom role, you would require to relogin to Prime to access the new role.
To switch between roles, click your profile icon on the upper-right corner of Prime and select the role.