There are three distinct roles within Semana: basic, advanced and administrators. Each of these roles has different accreditations within your workspace. This article will help you understand what is possible depending on your role.
1. The basic role.
This is the role held by the majority of workspace members. They can make reservations on the spaces and periods accessible to them, according to the different policies and assignments chosen by the administrator. If a resource is deactivated, or in a different community to that of the collaborator, then he/she will not be able to make reservations on it.
They can add favorites, but cannot influence their reservations. For example, it is impossible for an employee with the basic role to modify another employee's resource or schedule.
2. The advanced role.
The advanced role gives certain employees more rights than the basic role.
This means they can make reservations in the past, make reservations after their reservation period has expired, and override their policies without requiring approval.
Administrators are those with full rights within the Semana workspace. They have control over account settings (office creation, gauge management, community editing, etc.). They are also the ones who have access to the application's dashboards and to the schedules of all collaborators and managers.
Their status allows them to override numerous rules, such as the ability to reserve a deactivated desk, or a desk belonging to a community other than their own.