You can give individual members administrative privileges over part or all of your community website. This is useful in allowing other members in your community to help out with managing the website. 

Note: You cannot grant administrative privileges to joint members without email addresses.


To give another member administrative privileges, visit the "Members" section in the Admin Control Panel and follow the steps listed below:

  1. In the "Member view" find the member you'd like to give admin privileges.

  2. Under the "Privileges" column, click on the white "None" button.

  3. This will take you to a page where you'll select each privilege you'd like to give that member. 

  4. Once you've finished, click "Save." Those privileges will then be assigned to that member's profile.

Note: Certain sections of the Admin Control Panel are only available to those granted full administrative privileges. That includes "Analytics," "Activity Log," and "Settings."

How to tell if a member has admin privileges

When a member has administrative privileges, you will see a green checkmark display underneath the "Privileges" column next to their name. This lets you know that member has at least one administrative privilege assigned to their member profile.

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