For information on managing user privileges, see our article Managing User Privileges Within Addigy.
When none of the three default roles (owner, admin, and user) fit a specific need for your organization, simply select the Add button in the Roles section.
Here we'll be prompted with a blank template for a new role:
Note: Assign Asset Scopes and Assign User Scopes have been added to support an upcoming capability. Currently they have no impact on your environment. We recommend you leave them off if you created custom Roles.
When you are satisfied that the role meets your specifications, select Save to finish the creation process. Don't worry; custom roles can always be edited later if you need to make changes to them. The new role will be available in the Roles section and can be assigned to your users. If you need to make changes to your custom role, select View/Edit for the role.
If the Roles section only contains the View option for custom roles, then your account does not have sufficient privileges to edit user roles.