Rota planner permissions

About Support What do you want added? Rota planner permissions


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    Avatar for gdeboer89gdeboer89

    It would be nice if you can give department/team planners permissions to only plan their own department/team

    Worship planner can only plan drums, guitarists, vocals etc.
    Technical planner can only plan audio tech, video tech etc.
    pastor planner can only plan pastors

    Avatar for Mark.DunstanMark.Dunstan

    I’d like this, too.
    I would want access tightly restricted – so team leaders can’t access the whole Church Admin dashboard… just their own team rotas.
    Probably a challenging task, but would definitely help me.

    Avatar for Andy MoyleAndy Moyle

    Will add to the todo list šŸ˜‰
    If team contact field for ministry is filled in, it shouldn’t be too hard for me to code!

    Oh to have a church where that wouldn’t cause clashes on the rota!!!!

    Avatar for Andy MoyleAndy Moyle

    Just added it in as a shortcode in v3.6.82 – give each ministry connected to a schedule/rota job a team contact. They will beable to login and adjust the rotas they are contact for.
    No back end access if only a subscriber!

    Avatar for Mark.DunstanMark.Dunstan

    Hello Andy, can I just check how this works…

    If a ministry has no Team Leader, the volunteer applications are emailed to the admin, who can then approve them.

    If a ministry does have a Team Leader, the volunteer applications are emailed to that leader with the “approve or decline” links. This is ideal. Thank you.

    I have learned from your post above that those links require the Team Leader user to be not a subscriber. When I tried it, I learned that user also had to have been given “Ministries” permission. Provided those things are in place, the approve or decline function works well. But…

    Whilst granting “Ministries Permission” to an individual user does give access to the “Schedule/Rota” module so the Team Leader can set the rota for their team (that’s brilliant!), it doesn’t actually let that user access the “Ministries” module. That means they can’t see their individual ministries and add or remove people from their teams if they have need to do so – they have to ask the admin to do that. Is that correct?

    Thanks for all you’re doing with this – it’s great.

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