Step 1: System Admin
1.1. From the i-Laundry shell, select the System Admin button.
1.2. Type your PIN or use your finger when prompted.
Step 2: Add a User Role
2.1. On the left menu, select System Setup.
2.2. Select System User Roles.
2.3. Select Add Item at the top of the screen.
2.4. Type the name of this user role next to Description (Typically this would be something like Counter Clerk, Store Manager etc.)
2.5. Click on Save.
2.6. Select the Role Function tab at the top of the screen.
2.7. Click on Add at the bottom right.
2.8. Select a feature that this group of employee will have permission to execute from the drop down next to Function.
2.9. To add more allowed features, click on Save and Addand repeat the previous step. Alternatively, click Save and Close.
2.10. Select Save and Close again.
Step 3: Exit
3.1. Select Exit Admin to return to the i-Laundry shell.
As mentioned before, there are two ways in which user roles can be configured. Option 1 being the build on method and option 2 being the unique method. It is entirely up to you, which of these you would like to use as neither is right or wrong.
In option 1 you typically assign more than on user role to a user e.g. when a user starts out with the company you will assign the user role for a time clock only employee (this user role only allows clock in and out) and then as you promote the user, you add the user role for a counter clerk (this role only allows dropping of and collecting of garments). Thus you would create multiple user roles that do not have the same role functions and you can then mix-and-match these build customized user rights.
In option 2 you would have only the one user role assigned to a user. You would thus remove the current user role and replace it with the higher role as the employee progresses. All the roles in this method have the lower role's options plus the extra permissions required.