Managing Your Users in SimsUshare CTC
When we initially set up your account, we set it up with a single user under your email address and we make you what we call an admin. So when you log in, and in this situation Jonathan is the admin here, I can go to my Users tab and see that I have one user. That’s the email that you gave us and we send you a password, and this is your current company. Now, I can create additional users. I can create more admins. Remember, admins are users who can run exercises, can create and delete users, and can also upload and delete simulations. The other type of user is called an organizer. An organizer can only run exercises and view simulations, that way you could have your staff who you don’t need to meddle with the simulations, give them organizer permission. They can run exercises, they can do everything, they just can’t manipulate your simulations, and that way you have that core set you know they can’t touch.
So to create a user, I go to the User tab and I hit Create, and then I put in their email address, so I’m going to say Bob Smith is going to be one of my organizers, testfd.com, and I’m going to say his name is Bob Smith. And his password is Bobbob, and I’m going to say make Bob Smith an Organizer. I hit save, and now Bob Smith’s there. Now you can see, if I now login as Bob, password is case-sensitive, I hit login, notice that now there is no User and I can actually get to simulations, in the real version I won’t be able to add or update or delete. I’ll be able to preview. But I can run exercises. Noticed though Bob can change his or her own parameters, things like password, but that’s pretty much. So I’m going to go back and login as my jmk, and I’m going to put in my credentials there and you’ll see now, when I actually put it correctly. But there, now I actually have Users and I have my simulations that I can modify. So you can create any number of users, give those out, but you decide who your admins are going to be, so you can control who can actually manipulate your simulations.