In Facility Scheduler, you control the security of your dataset by assigning roles to users. You also store people's information in your dataset so that you can list them as event resources and contacts.
There are three ways that people's information is stored in your Facility Scheduler dataset. People can be entered as
Read more about each below.
Users are people who can log in to and use Facility Scheduler. You can assign roles to users to control their permissions in Facility Scheduler. You can create an unlimited number of users. You can also unlock accounts for users who forgot their passwords. If someone is no longer an active user of Facility Scheduler, you can inactivate, disassociate, or delete their user account.
Logins are people who can log in to and use other compatible ACS Technologies software, but not Facility Scheduler. You can change a login account to a user account. This way, the person can log in to and use Facility Scheduler with the same user name and password they use elsewhere.
Individuals cannot log in to or use Facility Scheduler. They are usually people that you list as contacts for your events, such as event coordinators and volunteers. You can create new user accounts for individuals.