What are the different roles you can have in Myne?

Created by Fiona Hall, Modified on Wed, 14 Feb 2024 at 10:39 AM by Fiona Hall

There are 4 main roles in Myne: An Organizational Admin, Staff , Volunteer and Members. We have different types of Members, based on age.  


ADMIN :  An admin is the highest user role in an organization. This user can create, read, update and delete users.  They have full access to the Admin dashboard and Myne Together. You can read more about what this role can do here.


STAFF: A user of an organization with most functions. Typically, a paid member of staff who has a permanent role. You can read more about what this role can do here. 


VOLUNTEER: A user of an organization with limited or temporary needs, typically a non-paid role. You can read more about what this role can do here. 


MEMBER: A client of the organization, you can read more about what this role can do here.  

Types:

  • Adult:  A member over 18
  • Adult Guardian: A member over 18 who has access to child(ren's) profile
  • Student: A member under 18. 
  • Future additions will have Youth Access (14-18years) 

 

GUARDIAN : A role created by a Member but the Guardian does not have their own login. 

 

In General

  • Guardians and Students (Members) don't have access to the admin dashboard or staff mobile app.
  • Guardians have access to the Member dashboard if they also have a Member role on top of their guardian role. 

 

OUR PARTNER, THE POVERTY STOPLIGHT 

The Poverty Stoplight is a partner with Myne. They have different role definitions, including Facilitators: Paid or volunteer Staff of Organizations that are using the Stoplight. Facilitators take a key role in guiding a Stoplight participant through the tool.


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