As an admin, you can view the user roles for your institution's Videri account. Each user role has a set of defined permissions or access parameters for using Videri. By default, Videri inclues a Videri Administrator user role. This user role grants full access to your institution's charts, dashboards, data exploration options, library options, and account management. However, you can create user roles for specific Videri users at your institution. For instance, a principal may have a custom role that allows them to view data specific to their school while a teacher at the same school may be assigned a custom role that gives them access to only view data for students in their course or courses.
You can view a list of user roles for your institution in the Security Management Roles page. You may be able to edit and archive user roles in your account.
In the Toolbar, click the Profile icon . Then click the Manage organization link .
In Administration Navigation click the Security link , or on the Videri Administration page, click the Security link .
In the Security Management Navigation Menu, click the Roles link , or on the Security Management Overview page you can click the Roles link .
The Roles page displays a list of the user roles created in your account. The Roles List displays the user role code , name , access scope , functional areas , and management options . You can also search for a specific role  and create a new role . If your institution has more than ten user roles, the Role List is paginated. Use the page navigation options to view additional roles in your account . You can also view the total number of user roles in your account .
To edit an existing user role, locate the role in the Role List and click the Edit button.
Note: The Videri Administrator role cannot be edited. However, you can open the edit page to view the Videri Administrator role details.
The Edit Role page displays the user role details.
In the General section, you can edit the role code , name , and status . You can also view information about how and when the role was created .
In the Modules section, you can edit the role's access to Videri features, including Visuals, Watchlists, Scorecards, Data Explorer, and Administration .
In the Data Authorization, you can edit the user's access scope for your institution's data .
To save any edits made to the user role, click the Save button.
Uneditable user roles display a Read Only notification.
The Videri Administrator role cannot be edited. Additionally, disabled user roles cannot be edited.
To delete an existing user role, locate the role in the Role List and click the Delete button .