As such, an admin that has been assigned one or more "Access Views" is said to be view-restricted.
This will limit the admin's access to Omnilert to items that are assigned to access views that they share in common.
Assigning an access view to an admin has two immediate effects on the admin's experience in Omnilert:
- It grants them access to any groups, templates, scenarios, endpoints, or other Omnilert records already assigned to that access view.
- It hides any Omnilert records that are not assigned to their access view(s).
If an admin has not been assigned to any access views, then they can view all records within Omnilert. You can see that an admin is unrestricted if they do not show any access view set in the "Details" of their admin profile:
Once an admin is assigned one or more Access Views, then they will only be able to see/use records in Omnilert that are assigned to one or more of their access views.
You can view/adjust the access views section for admins in the "Details" section of their admin profile:
In the example shown above, the admin can only view records that have been assigned to the "Los Angeles Campus" and/or "New York Campus" view.
This affects their experience in Omnilert in many ways:
- View-restricted admins will only see groups, templates, scenarios, and other records that are assigned to their access view(s).
- When a view-restricted admin goes to the People > Subscribers list, they will only see subscribers assigned to their views.
- When a view-restricted admin sends an alert to "All Subscribers", it only goes to those subscribers assigned to the access view(s) assigned with the admin.
- However, when the admin sends to groups, the message will go to every member of the selected group, regardless of the access views assigned to subscribers!
- The count of subscribers in each group on the "Send Message" page will reflect only those subscribers assigned within their access view(s).