The Administrator User Level — Intervals Online Project Management Roles

| July 31st, 2013 | , , , ,

Intervals web-based time, task and project management software provides four different user levels — Executive, Resource, Manager, and Administrator. Each user level is designed to provide the optimal online experience for someone in that role.

In this video, we demonstrate the Administrator level user. The Administrator level user is the most powerful of the four, and is the role responsible for creating user accounts, setting up new projects, approving time, and configuring account settings and defaults. When creating additional administrators you have the option to restrict their access to the account settings and defaults, thus confining them to administering projects and people .


Running time: 03:54

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