Use the Manage Roles page to create roles for form users; roles are commonly used in work flows and for digital signatures. An admin user can create and delete roles for a tenant. Click the Manage Roles link to display the list of roles.

The following roles are special and cannot be deleted:

  • frevvo.Designer - This role gives a user the permission to design forms
  • frevvo.Editor - This role gives a user the permission to edit other user's forms (currently only supported from the frevvo-Confluence add-on).
  • frevvo.Publisher - This role gives a user the permission to go to the home page of every frevvo.Designer user and upload (publish) applications. A user with this role can also change visibility / ACL permissions.
  • frevvo.ReadOnly - This roles disables login permission for the user. The forms in their account remain usable. This role should be used  when a designer user leaves your organization. In that case, you want to disable the login, but not the forms/flows that are owned by this user because they are still being used.

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Creating a New Role

  • Users can be assigned more than one role. Be aware that if a user is assigned the frevvo.Designer and frevvo.Publisher roles, the frevvo.Publisher role takes precedence.
  • If you use LDAP or a delegating security manager (Confluence) to define your  users and their roles or groups, you do not see the New Role icon on the Manage Roles page.

Publisher Role and Live Forms Best Practice

The frevvo.Publisher role plays an important part when following Best Practice to move forms/flows from your development system to your production system. It is recommended that you create a generic user account that has the frevvo.designer role on your production tenant to which you publish all forms/flows. Users with the frevvo.Publisher role, have permission to upload new versions of your applications to your production generic account.

 When a user assigned the frevvo.publisher role logs in, a list of all designer users in your tenant (frevvo.designer role) displays.

If the frevvo.Publisher user also has the role of frevvo.designer, they will see the list of designer users and not the designer's Home Page when they log in.