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Types of Permissions
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You must have "Full Access" permissions to grant permissions.

You can grant a member or a group a few different permissions when giving them access to your website.

When Granting Permissions to a Specific Product or Tool



Full Access

Access all tools and manage website content

Limited Access: HQ Tools

Access to all non-financial administrative tools in HQ.

Limited Access: Website

Access to all website pages and content.

Limited Access: Financials

Access to all financial tools and information.

Limited Access: Registration Builder

Access to all registration builder tools to create, update, and delete registrations.

Limited Access: Compliance

Access to view and manage background screens. Only visible with an active Verify subscription.

No Access

This allows organizations to give an admin a role without providing access to HQ.

When Granting Permission to Staff

Team Admin

Available for organizations using Season Management. Administrative access to the team via TeamCenter and the Mobile App, including scheduling the team’s games and events, managing RSVPs and roster (manual creation of player/staff only, doesn't include rostering tool access), and communicating with the team through chat and messages.

Team Manager

Available for organizations using Sport Management. Schedule the team's games and events, manage RSVPs, and manage team administrative features from the mobile app.


Available for organizations using Sport Management. It gives access to modifying the team website, roster from registrations or the team page, schedule via the website or the app, manage RSVPs and manage team administrative features from the mobile app.

When Granting Permissions to Individual Pages




Update and edit all content, move or delete pages, assign permissions, create groups, send messages, create new pages, etc.


View private pages, add elements, and edit content.


View private page.

NOTE: Having Page Edit access on a Team Page does not give admin permissions in TeamCenter or the Mobile App. To do so, you must roster the individual as staff and assign them as Team Admin, Coach, or Team Manager Role.

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