In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), roles are similar to job titles that you can create and assign to your users. When you create a new role, you can populate that role with specific permissions. These permissions determine the type of access a user has in AMP. For example, you can create an Accounting role, and then you can add specific permissions to only give the user access to accounting-related features in AMP, such as the permission to view and edit invoices in the Invoices screen.
When you create a new user, you must assign that user a role.
By default, Armor offers three default roles You can create a new role, and then populate that role with your specified permissions. Or, you can use a default role with specific permissions already enabled in AMP. For your convenience, when you create a new user, you can select and assign a default role to that user; however, you cannot edit the permissions within these default roles:
If your AMP account was created before May 2017, then by default, you will only see the Admin role, which contains all the available permissions.
For your convenience, when you create a new user, you can assign a default role to the new user; however, you cannot edit the permissions within these default roles.
You can also create a new role, and then populate that role with your specified permissions.
By default, the Admin role contains every permission. The Admin role is automatically assigned to a new administrator account.