This functionality is located in the Admin module of Assess.ai. To add or edit users, Click on the Admin module and select Users.
Note: Only users with Administrator rights have access to add or edit a user.
First, you will see a list of existing users in your workspace. You can click on an existing user to edit. To add a new user click on the Add User button.
This will display the Creating User - Author Role screen you see above, enter the name, email, and role(s) for the new user.
Full Name: User Full Name
Email Address: User Email Address.
Roles: User Role (below is a list of User Roles and the basic functions of each of the Roles)
|User Role||Description of Role|
|Partner Admin||Full Access, only user with access to Admin and Tags|
|Bank Manager||Access to Items Module (select which Item Bank(s) the user has access to)|
|Examinee Manager||Access to Examinees Module|
|Psychometrician||Access to Analytics Module|
|Test Assembler||Access to Tests Module|
|Test Scheduler||Access to Sessions Module|
- A user can have more than one role, e.g. Test Assembler and Test Scheduler.
- System Requires at least one Partner Admin; if you are the only user with Partner Admin Rights, you will be unable to remove your Partner Admin rights.
New User Confirmation
Upon saving the new user information, an automated email will be sent to the user, which serves to confirm their email and require them to set up their account by specifying a password. See below
Example of Email to User to Confirm Email address and Setup Assess.ai
Deactivating a User
To Deactivate a User select the ellipsis to the right hand side of the user name.
Select Edit to edit the User information or Deactivate if the User should no longer have access to Assess.ai.
A User that has been de-activated will be grayed out.
To re-activate a User select the ellipsis to the right hand side of the user name (grayed out).
Select Export User List for a full list of users and last login details.
Example of User List:
Select the Actions ellipsis for the User Audit Trail
Select the Dates for the User Audit Trail:
Example of User Audit Trail: