Every person in your organisation who needs access to StoreFeeder needs a separate login. Separate logins allow traceability of actions and also allows a personalised authorised view of StoreFeeder per user as you can restrict what people can and cannot see within the system.
Creating New Users
Your first user will already be created around the signup information, but here is how to create and configure new users.
To create a new User StoreFeeder, first navigate to the 'Settings' page and then select 'Company>Users' from the menu on the left of the page. You will see a list of Existing Users on your account. Click the 'New User' button in the top left of the page.
You will now need to enter the basic information for the new user. You will need to provide an email address for the user. This will be used as their user name in StoreFeeder and the location the welcome email will be sent to. You will also have to confirm the email address and then add the user's name in the 'New User' field.
Finally, click the 'Save' button to save the new user. An email will then be sent to the email address provided with information on how to create a password.
Once the new user has created a password, they will be able to log into StoreFeeder.
User Permissions in StoreFeeder can be used to determine which areas of the system particular users can access and are set on a per user basis.
To edit user permissions, first navigate to the 'Settings' page located in the right hand corner.
On the left hand side click 'Company' tab and then 'Users' in the drop down list.
You will see a list of 'Existing Users' on your account. Click 'Edit/View User' next to the user profile that you wish to make changes to.
Click on the 'User Permissions' tab on the left side of the page. Here you will see the 'General Permissions' for a user. By checking or unchecking these boxes, you can select which pages of the StoreFeeder the user can access.
When you have made the desired changes, click the 'Save' button.
The next level of user permissions are the 'Warehouse Permissions' found in the corresponding tab on the left of the page. These settings allow you to select the warehouses, and therefore the products and any orders for these products contained the warehouse, that will not be visible to that user.
When you have made the changes, click the 'Save' button.
The final section of the user permission settings relates to 'Channel Permissions'. These options allow the user to see the channels, and any sales figures, orders and listings, associated with them. Simply check or un-check as required.
When you have made the desired changes, click the 'Save' button and exit the users section.
To apply the changes made get the user to log out and then log back into StoreFeeder.
Difference between regular users and admin users:
StoreFeeder allows you to create separate roles for both regular users and administrators. Admin users will have full access to all parts of the software, whereas a regular user may only be able to see pages that are relevant to them.
Additionally, admins and users will have access to different settings when looking at the 'Edit/View Users' page, depending on their account type.
Admin users will see all of the options shown in the image below, including user and warehouse permissions.
They will be able to:
- Set the user, channel and warehouse permissions for all users
- Set up printers on their account
Regular users will only be able to access their printer settings and change their default page size.
Users will be able to:
- Set up printers on their account