Knowing what user permissions are available in SmartDreamers will help you understand the type of access youโ€™ll need for yourself or other colleagues to benefit from the complete functionalities of the platform.

To begin with, there are three levels of access available in SmartDreamers:

  • Admin

  • Publisher

  • Analyst

Here is an overview of each role and some of the main actions available within them.

๐Ÿ”น Analyst

If you have an Analyst role you can only view the features in each SmartDreamers module, but you are not able to make any edits.

๐Ÿ“– Note: A user with an Analyst role can invite another user to get permissions as an Analyst within the teams they have access to at the account level.

Here are some of the main actions available within an Analyst role:

  • Analyze data from Reports and Listings in the Advertising & Leads Module

  • Preview campaigns from Advertising & Leads

  • View remarketing audiences

  • View posts and comments in Social

  • View existing landing pages and analyze performance in Pages

๐Ÿ”น Publisher

Having a Publisher role in SmartDreamers means you can view and make edits in each module from the platform at team level.

๐Ÿ“– Note: A user with a Publisher role can invite another user to get permissions either as a Publisher or as an Analyst within the teams they have access to at the account level. A publisher can be part of one or more teams if they receive an invitation from the Admin in each one of them.

Hereโ€™s what main actions are available within a Publisher role:

  • Create remarketing audiences

  • Publish or submit advertising campaigns for internal approval

  • Upload contacts, create audiences and launch email campaigns in the Leads module

  • Build and edit Dashboards in the Reports module

  • Publish and make edits to landing pages

  • Connect pages in Social, create boost posts and reply to comments

๐Ÿ”น Admin

If you have an Admin role you can view and make edits, manage access and permissions, and create teams at an account level. An Admin has access to all teams within a given account and is the only one who can invite, remove or change permissions for other users.

๐Ÿ“– Note: An Admin can invite any users and grant them with any type of access, including an Admin role across one or multiple teams within the company account.

Additionally, an Admin will have access to the Master Account that shows an activity overview across all teams from the account.

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