An Event Permission Scheme is a set of permissions and restrictions that define which features and functionalities inside the event the user will have access to.

Every user that is provided with access to an event needs to also be assigned with an Event Permission Scheme. You can learn how to provide users with access to events via this article here.

By default, there are 6 different Event Permission Schemes available to all plan levels, but Enterprise subscribers have the option to create new custom schemes to gain even more control over what features and data users can have access to.

You can view all Event Permission Schemes by accessing your Account Settings and clicking into the 'Permission Schemes' tab of the 'Users & Teams' section:

Event Permission Schemes Available in zkipster

The default Event Permission Schemes are:

Administrator

Permissions
- Full access to Guest Lists
- Full access to Check-in Status
- Full access to Guest Facesheet

- Full access to Reporting

- Full access to Seating

- Full access to Invitations

- Full access to Consent Forms

- Full access to Name Badges

- Full access to Check-in Messages

- Full access to Sessions

- Full access to Event Settings

- Full access to Guest Fields Management

- Manage Event Access

- Permission to Delete and Archive Event

Event Host

Permissions

- Full access to Guest Lists
- Full access to Check-in Status
- Full access to Guest Facesheet

- Full access to Reporting

- Full access to Seating

- Full access to Invitations

- Full access to Consent Forms

- Full access to Name Badges

- Full access to Check-in Messages

- Full access to Sessions

- Full access to Event Settings

- Full access to Guest Fields Management

- Manage Event Access

Restrictions

- Delete and Archive Event

Collaborator

Permissions

- Full access to Guest Lists
- Full access to Check-in Status
- Full access to Guest Facesheet

- Full access to Reporting

- Full access to Seating

- Full access to Invitations

- Full access to Consent Forms

- Full access to Name Badges

- Full access to Check-in Messages

- Full access to Sessions

- ‘View Only’ access to Event Settings

Restrictions

- Guest Fields Management

- Manage Event Access

- Delete and Archive Event

Check-In

Permissions

- Full access to Check-in Status

- ‘View Only’ access to Guest Lists
- ‘View Only’ access to Guest Facesheet

- ‘View Only’ access to Seating

- ‘View Only’ access to Sessions

- ‘View Only’ access to Event Settings

Restrictions

- Reporting

- Invitations

- Consent Forms

- Name Badges

- Check-in Messages

- Guest Fields Management

- Manage Event Access

- Delete and Archive Event

Viewer

Permissions

- ‘View Only’ access to Guest Lists
- ‘View Only’ access to Guest Facesheet

- ‘View Only’ access to Seating

- ‘View Only’ access to Sessions

- ‘View Only’ access to Event Settings

Restrictions

- Check-in Status

- Reporting

- Invitations

- Consent Forms

- Name Badges

- Check-in Messages

- Guest Fields Management

- Manage Event Access

- Delete and Archive Event

Executive

Permissions

- Full access to Reporting

- ‘View Only’ access to Guest Lists
- ‘View Only’ access to Guest Facesheet

- ‘View Only’ access to Seating

- ‘View Only’ access to Sessions

- ‘View Only’ access to Event Settings

Restrictions

- Check-in Status

- Invitations

- Consent Forms

- Name Badges

- Check-in Messages

- Guest Fields Management

- Manage Event Access

- Delete and Archive Event

Creating Custom Event Permission Schemes

Enterprise subscribers can create custom Event Permission Schemes by clicking into the 'Create Scheme' button located on the top left of the 'Event Permission Scheme' dashboard:

You can name the new scheme and add a brief description using the fields located at the top of the screen:

By default, all event level features and functionalities will be marked with 'No Access', but you can select 'Read Only' access for features that the user can view the data, but not make any edits, or select 'Full Access' to provide complete access to the feature.

For example, if you have team members that are responsible for designing your Invitations, Consent Forms and Name Badges and do not need to have access to other features, you could create a new scheme and select 'Full Access' for those features:


The default Event Permission Schemes cannot be edited or deleted, but you can edit and delete your custom Event Permission Schemes at any time by accessing the Event Permission Scheme dashboard and clicking on the 'Pencil' icon located on the right side of the scheme you want to edit.

To delete the custom scheme completely, you can select the checkbox from the left side of the scheme and from the 'Action' dropdown menu select 'Delete'.


Please note: Permission Schemes are cumulative, which means that if a user is assigned with an Event Permission Scheme that only gives them access to the Check-in feature, but the user is also included in a Team part of the same event with access to the Invitations feature, for example, the user will be able to access both features.


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