Need more granularity in assigning page permissions for teams

I have a page for last year's team and this year's team.  A parent was team manager (and thus an Owner) last year, but that seems to give them Owner permission at the "All Seasons" level and thus makes then an Owner for this year's team.


I would like to leave them as an owner for last year's team, but be able to not grant them the same permission for this year.  Editing the permission hierarchy in their account won't let me do this (see attached).

  • Robert Boucher
  • Aug 31 2016
  • Additional Info Needed
Frequency Once a year
Which sport(s) does this apply to: Not Sport Specific
Organization type Association/Club
  • Sep 2, 2016

    Admin response

    Robert, help me understand why would you want to have a manager to maintain permissions to manage last seasons team but not this seasons?

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  • Jason Schwartz commented
    27 Jul, 2017 08:48pm

    This is exactly what we would need! The funny thing is the boxes are there for assigning the permission for each season but clicking a specific season also clicks all seasons associated with that team. Being able to assign John Smith to manage the 12U 2016 - 2017 season but not the 12U 2017 - 2018 season is important (and then possibly assign him to 14U 2017 - 2018 as his child moved up).

    The only option we have now is to completely remove his old permission.

    Alternately, there should be a way to automatically assign permissions to Staff (coaches, managers, etc) when they are added to the roster.

    The Team Manager app doesn't have a way to add news stories to the site which is why we need them to have permissions assigned on the site.

  • Roger Periard commented
    16 Jul, 2017 12:06pm

    I would like to see the owner be for the current season only.  This would prevent the current team manager from "cleaning up" the team site, and removing stats from previous seasons, where they were not the manager.  

  • Robert Boucher commented
    2 Sep, 2016 06:34pm

    Permissions change from year to year.  In this case, the manager's kid moved to a team in a higher age division, so the manager is now volunteering for the older team.


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