Your community has multiple User Roles and each Role has Permissions. Permissions help control content on the community and manage the community.
It may sound complicated but it's not. Let's explain.
Here are the roles.
Community Manager - The community manager has editorial permission over all the content. There can be multiple Community Managers, but we recommend to have only one or two.
Group Leader - This role has the ability to add Gather events on the community. There can be multiple Group Leaders.
Moderator - A moderator has editorial permission to edit postings on the community. There can be multiple Moderators.
Verified Member - A verified member is an elevated role because the person is a known and recognized member of the church.
Registered User - This is the default role for everyone that creates an account (signs up) on the community.
Site Master - A site master is a high-level administrative role on the community. This role has abilities to make changes to the site and has control over all the content. For now this role is reserved to OurPrayerCenter staff. We handle this role for you. If your church has a very technically capable 'webmaster' we can assign this role to that person also.
Assigning Roles and Permissions to community users.
The Community Manager can share RSVP codes with the members of the community to assign them to roles. These codes are entered by the user in there Profile. By entering the code they become members of that Role and gain the permissions. At this time the OurPrayerCenter support staff can delete them from the Role, just submit a support request and we'll handle it from there.