To appoint site admins, operators, and decision-makers, enter the site admin interface, select “Site Settings” at the top bar, and select users to roles. Here, you can also revoke admin privileges from users by deleting their profile cards. You will not be able to revoke admin privileges from the user who created the site.
Note that there are three different roles on your site: site admins, site operators, and the organization’s decision-maker:
Site admins: Site admins have full privileges to change anything on their site. They can appoint site admins, change texts and design, launch and delete projects, import and export lists of users, close the site, or send emails to participants. This is the position of highest privilege. The site creator will be its first admin.
Site operators: Site operators can launch new projects and have some admin privileges. Some of these privileges include viewing and changing user lists, inviting new users, and sending updates to all participants.
Organization’s decision-maker: The organization’s decision-maker will be introduced on the site homepage and in various invitations sent to participants. This is a symbolic role; if the decision-maker is not defined as a site admin, s/he will have no privileges.
You can appoint users to these roles via the settings page on your site’s admin interface: