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New: User Management & Expanded User Permissions

June 15, 2022

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We're excited to announce another big software update released today. This new update covers a variety of things including a beautifully redesigned user management area along with a completely new user permissions tool.

Newly Expanded User Permissions

We designed a brand new interface for meticulously adjusting what each of your users can have access to inside your SalesBinder account – which includes 14 newly expanded permission options. Based on user feedback we knew our custom user permissions had some key options missing for certain account requirements, so we're now supporting much more granularity in order to fine tune what each user can have access to.

What's New:

  • We have separate permissions for deleting in all data types now, offering separate options for "View", "Add/Edit", and "Delete"
  • Purchase Orders now have it's own expanded separate permissions
  • Sales Orders also has it's own expanded separate permissions

The New Look:

New User Permissions
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