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New permission level of Scheduler Merged

In building out our first implementation of Sport NGIN I see that I have to give a coach Page Owner Permissions to truly be able to use the powerful scheduling tools integrated in the system.  That level of permissions seems to be too powerful for most of the individuals that I would see managing the schedules for a team.  I need a "Scheduler" to be able to add events/games/manage the RSVP process without being able to edit page content/edit roster information/create or delete pages and containers.

  • Anthony Henderson
  • Jan 15 2016
  • Future consideration
Frequency Weekly
Which sport(s) does this apply to: Basketball, Baseball/Softball, Ice Hockey, Soccer, Volleyball, Other
Organization type Association/Club
  • John Mengelkamp commented
    February 16, 2016 02:15

    I agree totally and take it a step further.  There needs to be a greater separation of duties.  I would like to give coaches the ability to only post scores and not be able to make changes on their roster or make changes to their schedule.

  • Darrell Schulte commented
    February 22, 2016 14:58

    This comes up in pretty much every year in our hockey association. The association schedules all the practices and imports it to each team's schedule. Invariably, a manager or coach deletes the event for whatever reason, doesn't inform the ice scheduler or webmaster, and the ice goes unused. I don't know the details about billing back to teams, but apparently, the ice time listed on the team's calendar is part of what we check for billing purposes. If the ice time is gone, we can't attribute it to a team and bill them for it. The association eats that cost as a result instead of the team that removed the ice.

    I think it would be pretty cool to provide an option to deny coaches and managers the ability to remove calendar items that they didn't create themselves.