Tuesday, 30 April 2019
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Hi dear brothers. 

 

First of all ... tks for our hard work to keep going this fantastic program.

I installed the 2019.04.0 version and was able to give access to other users using Dropbox.

In "Access Control" I can grant access to different elders to differents modules (LMM Overseer, Public talk oversee, Territory servant aso.)

 

But I noticed That every user is able to change LMM - Schedules ... even if I do not tick the box called "LMM Overseer" to them.

For example, One of the users has only the box "Elder" ticked (which cannot be removed or un-ticked).

But he is still able to make changes on the LMM-Schedules.

I updated the Theocbase to 2019.04.1.  .... and the problem is still there.

 

Tks in advance for your help.

 

John

Ireland

2 years ago
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Hello,

Thanks for your comments!

This release was an introduction to user management and was the first release of it. It is nice to have this kind of feedback as it helps us to develop it further.

There will be some changes in next release and I think they are going to be something like what you have wished.

After May version is released, feel free to share your opinion again.

Thanks!

 

// Juha

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Hello,

Thanks for your comments!

This release was an introduction to user management and was the first release of it. It is nice to have this kind of feedback as it helps us to develop it further.

There will be some changes in next release and I think they are going to be something like what you have wished.

After May version is released, feel free to share your opinion again.

Thanks!

 

// Juha

2 years ago
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Hi Andres.

 

Tks a million for your lovely ideas.

Personaly, I think that only the LMM Overseer and the Coordinator should be able to edit the midweek schedule (as they are supposed to do it - According to the S-38 instructions). How can a LMM-Overseer or Coordinator take responsability about midweek schedules, when anyone (or everyone) can interfer ?

Less people able to change schedules ... better it is. (Does this make sense ?)

 

But at least, if the program could be changed by following your 2 suggestions, it would help a lot.

 

Tks again to the very scilled Theocbase-programmer.

 

John

Ireland

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I feel your pain.  I fought with that for a bit until I realized that this IS NOT a bug.  Rather, it is expected behavior.  

As currently programmed, all elders have the ability edit the midweek schedule.  The exceptions come in on the desktop program, as it limits their access to the more advanced features.  I had to carefully re-read the details in this press release a couple of times: https://www.theocbase.net/theocbase-news/access-control.html

 

I can understand why all CLAMM chairmen need to have the ability to edit the midweek schedule, however, not all elders need this ability. Elders who cannot do not qualify to serve as CLAMM chairmen do not need to have the ability to edit the midweek meeting schedule.  If the user options could be tweaked just a bit, this would be tremendously helpful.   Two possible ideas:  

1.  Create a new user for "Chairman" - with the same permissions as the current "elder" designation; then remove the midweek schedule editing permission from the "Elder" user.

2.  Create a "Ministerial Servant" user option that limits the ability to edit schedules, and a "Publisher" user where they only have view access to the meeting schedules, not (territories, outgoing speakers, etc.)

 

Hope this helps!

Either of these tweaks would make it work the way it was intended.

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