User Levels

NetX administrators can assign levels to each user that permit certain actions within the system. User levels, when combined with standard permissions, allow for granular access to assets stored in NetX. There are seven user levels available: browserconsumerimporterproducermanagerdirector, or administrator

User level matrix

Action Browser Consumer Importer Producer Manager Director Administrator
Save searches    X    X X X X X X
Create user attribute sets X X X X X X X
Share collections with team X X X X X X X
Share saved searches with team X X X X X X X
Share user attribute sets with team X X X X X X X
Edit user profile X X X X X X X
Download assets   X X X X X X
Download attribute data   X X X X X X
Create share links   X X X X X X
Create PDFs   X X X X X X
Repurpose assets   X X X X X X
Upload a selection from CSV   X X X X X X
Upload assets into the Users folder     X        
Upload assets
      X X X X
Create/manage versions       X X X X
Edit attribute values       X X X X
Edit smart labels       X X X X
Create relationships between assets       X X X X
Create/manage asset views       X X X X
Create and manage video clips
      X X X X
Edit attribute values       X X X X
Resync assets       X X X X
Hide assets       X X X X
Edit filename         X X X
Delete assets         X X X
Organize assets         X X X
Manage folders         X X X
Create/manage upload requests
        X X X
Expire assets
        X X X
View statistics
          X X
View system overview
          X X
Manage users and groups           X X
Manage permissions           X X
Manage brand settings            X X
Create/manage portals           X X
View/approve download requests           X X
Create/manage custom attributes             X
Create/manage vocabularies             X
Create/manage system attribute sets             X
Create/manage metadata maps
            X
Create/manage attribute profiles
            X
Manage attribute permissions
            X
Manage system properties             X
View user logins             X
Download logs             X
Run jobs
            X
Create and manage AutoTasks             X
Manage site integrations
            X
Create and manage repurpose presets
            X
Manage storage locations
            X
Manage engines             X
Set asset visibility
            X
Cancel checkouts             X
Lock/unlock assets             X
Archive/unarchive assets             X
View and edit dashboard X X X X X X X
View assets X X X X X X X
View asset metadata X X X X X X X
Search X X X X X X X
Create collections X X X X X X X
 

Numerical equivalents

Certain properties accept a user level number as a value:

  • No access: 0
  • Browser: 1
  • Consumer: 2
  • Importer: 3
  • Producer: 4
  • Manager:  7
  • Director: 8
  • Administrator: 9

No access level

The No access user level prohibits a user from logging into NetX and is handy when you want to disable access to the system without deleting the account. No access users cannot be added as participants in the following contexts:

If a user account was already a participant or principal in the contexts above before it was downgraded to No access, it will not be removed but will not receive future notifications from these workflows. No access users can still be added to Groups or referenced in Search rules.

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