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Assigning Administrators in Talenox

Adding Administrators and editing access rights

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What is an Administrator?

As an Administrator in Talenox, you’ll either have ‘Super Admin’ or ‘Admin’ access rights to manage the system’s Profiles, Payroll and Leave modules.

You can refer to this guide to learn more about the types of access you can assign to an Administrator of the system.

What is the difference between an Administrator and a Billing Administrator?

The difference with a Billing Admin is that you cannot manage or access:

  • Billing Invoices

  • Changing Billing Address and Billing Addressee

  • Inputting credit card details for a subscription payment

  • Managing the company subscription plan in Talenox

Learn how to assign billing administrators in Talenox here.

How to Assign Administrators?

Assigning Administrator Rights

To be an Administrator of the account, you can either be assigned as a “Super Admin” or “Admin”.

To assign these rights to a user, you can follow these steps below:

  1. Click on Profiles module and head over to Employee Listing.

  2. Select the employee profile that you would like to manage access for by clicking on “Edit”.

  3. Under the User Account section in the employee profile, you can select either Super Admin or Admin as the access rights from the dropdown list. Select the modules access rights that you’d like for this admin to have for the account.

  4. Click on "Create and send invite" if this teammate is not invited to Talenox yet.

Assigning Admin Rights (Step-by-Step)

1) Click on Profiles and head over to Employee Listing.

2) In the Profiles app, you will be brought to the Employee Listing page. Click on “Edit” to view an employee’s profile.

3) Head over to the User account section on the right.

This is the section where you can key in the User Account Email to invite this employee to access Talenox.

You can set the user’s rights to Super Admin or Admin and set up the user’s module access rights accordingly.

For more information on access rights, you can head over to this guide:

4) Once you are done setting this up, To invite, click on “Create and Invite” or “Create without sending Invite” if you do not want email notification to be sent to the user.

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