SFP account owners can assign different user role access to people within their organization to give them access to different parts of our SFP platform. User roles are set up for large organizations that have different departments responsible for ad campaign management and account management but need separate user role access. A brief description of each is below.
SFP Account Admin
These are the users who have full access privileges to all SFP functions. This includes access to all indirect monetization. Only users with this role have full user management abilities, including creating new users, editing existing users, and assigning users to different roles.
SFP Full Read Access
This allows for looking at reporting and other metrics, but users are unable to edit or create new campaigns and creatives. This role is created for people who are not involved in campaign management but need to view campaign reporting and metrics.
SFP Full Write Access
This role is created for people overseeing the departments responsible for ad campaign creation and campaign management.
SFP Invite Read Access
This role is created for people who are not involved in the ad campaign creation or campaign management but only need to view their managed campaign's reporting and other metrics.
SFP Invite Write Access
This role is created for people responsible for ad campaign creation and campaign management.
How To Create SFP User Roles
As an "SFP Account Admin", you have the ability to manage user abilities. From your publisher dashboard, click Users.
This page lists out all the users associated with your account. To add a user, click New User.
Enter the user's information, email address, and user role.
Once you've created a new user, this prompts an email confirmation to that user to complete their account setup with a password.
How to Edit a User
If you ever need to edit a user's role, return to the Users page and click the Pencil icon to modify the user's role.
For more information regarding user roles, please contact us at email@example.com.