This article explains how user permissions work in iQ Tag Management and describes the steps required to add and edit permissions for single or multiple users.
Existing users can view their permission settings and other information from the User Preferences Settings.
This article covers the following topics:
There are two (2) categories of user permissions, account level and profile level.
Account level permissions pertain to the management of the account, site scans, and profiles. The following list describes the available account level permissions:
|Manage Account||Enables the user to assign account level permissions for other users.|
|Manage Profiles||Enables the user to create, manage, and rename profiles for this account.|
|Manage Site Scans||Enables the user to run and delete site scans. (All users can view site scans.)|
Profile level permissions are assigned using three methods:
The following list describes the available profile level permissions:
|Manage Users||Add, edit, and remove users and their permissions for this profile.|
|Manage Tag Templates||Edit and delete all tag templates for this profile|
|Manage Resource Locks||Apply and manage resource locks (labels) for variables, tags, load rules, and extensions.|
|Save Existing Versions||
Perform a Save for this profile.
Performing a Save overwrites the existing configuration of the version with the new configurations.
This permission additionally allows a user to apply labels to variables, tags, load rules, and extensions.
Ensure that users with this permissions understand the difference between performing a Save and a Save As.
|Save As New Versions||
Perform a Save As for this profile.
|Publish to Dev Environment||
Publish to the Dev environment and any custom environments added to this profile.
This permission is required in order to publish to custom environments.
|Publish to QA Environment||
Publish to the QA environment.
|Publish to Prod Environment||
Publish to the Prod environment.
You can add a new user account and assign permissions during the account creation.
Use the following steps to add a new user and assign permissions:
Editing permissions for users is a separate process from adding or removing permissions. The following sections describe the ways you can edit user permissions:
Use the following steps to edit profile level user permissions for a single user:
Permissions that are not selected will be removed for the selected user.
Use the following steps to add account level and profile level permissions for multiple users:
Leaving a permission unselected or deselecting a permissions will not remove that permission from any of the selected users.
Use the following steps to remove profile level permissions for multiple users:
This step does not remove the All Current and Future Profiles permission. Clicking Remove from Profile removes the users from this profile only.
Leaving a permission unselected or deselecting permissions does not remove the permission from the user accounts.