zkipster has different user roles, access, and capabilities. Here is the list to help identify which role is best for your team:

Administrator Role (available in Enterprise accounts)

Rights:

  • Access to the 'Account Settings' and all features within zkipster.

  • Manage the billing plan

  • Manage team members

  • Can create and delete events

  • Can duplicate events

  • Archiving and unarchiving events

  • Can create and manage account-level invitation templates

Restrictions:

  • Cannot edit the Account Owner’s user settings.

Event Host Role

Rights:

  • Full unrestricted access to events they create or are part of

  • Can create new events

  • Can make changes to the 'Event Settings'

  • Can add team members to the event and create custom fields

  • Can duplicate events

  • Archiving and unarchiving events

Restrictions:

  • Cannot access the 'Account Settings'

  • Cannot delete events

  • Cannot create or edit account- level invitation templates

  • Cannot add new users to the account

Collaborator Role

Rights:

  • Can use the features available in the events they are part of

  • Can add, edit and delete guests

  • Can create and manage guest lists

  • Can create and send out invitations, and build seating charts

Restrictions:

  • Cannot create new events

  • Cannot activate features

  • Cannot access 'Event Settings' or access the 'Guest Fields' settings

  • Cannot add other team members to events.

  • Cannot delete events

  • Cannot duplicate events

  • Can not edit account- level templates

Check-in Role

Typically used for guest check-in on the day of the event.

Rights:

  • Access to guest data in the browser or app

  • Can check-in guests to an event

Restrictions:

  • Cannot add new guests

  • Cannot edit or delete existing guests' information

Viewer Role

Typically reserved for supervisors, hosts, or anyone wanting to track the guest count at an event.

Rights:

  • Can only view all activity of the events they are part of

Restrictions:

  • Cannot make any changes to an event or check-in guests

Executive Role

Rights:

  • Has read-only access to all event activity, identical to the Viewer role

  • Can access and download event reports

Restrictions:

  • Cannot make any changes to an event or check-in guests

Learn how to add users to your account and assign them to events in the article here.


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