1. (System) Administrator: Full Authority 
    • This gives the user full access to everything in Sphere from running reports to adding/deleting/editing initiatives and contact records.
  2. (System) Inactive: User cannot access Sphere 
    • This will make the user no longer active in Sphere, and disable future access.
  3. (System) Read Only:  
    • This allows the user to only have the ability to view information within Sphere and run reports within initiatives. They will not have the ability to create, delete, or edit initiatives and contact records. 
  4. (System) User: Regular User 
    • The user has access to create, delete, or edit initiatives and contact records. In addition, they can run reports within initiatives and Control > Reports. However, they would not have access to run queries, Connector Synch, or view/edit the organization's information.
  5. (System) Volunteer: Regular user without access to main reports menu 
    • The user has access to create, delete, or edit initiatives and contact records. In addition, they can run reports within initiatives, but not under Control > Reports. Also, the user does not have access to run queries, Connector Synch, or view/edit the organization's information.
  6. (System) None: User does not belong to any system level user groups. 
    • The user will be active and can log into Sphere, but cannot see the menu options to do anything within the Sphere account.
Note: You can view more details of each Functional Access Group via the following steps:
  1. Go to Control>Administration>Organization Setup>Manage Users.
  2. Click the Manage Functional Access 
  3. In the Privilege Groups drop down box, select the appropriate group
  4. Expand the folder to see the Access Right settings
    • If the folder title is grayed out, it means that the user does not have access to it.