How to assign appropriate roles to members using the learningBOX permissions settings


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How to assign appropriate roles to members using the learningBOX permission settings

Hello! This is Shinokura from QC team⛄.
In this article, I am focusing on “Permission settings” on learningBOX.
Using the permission settings, you can set up the division of roles for each account, such as “Content Management”, “Grade Management” and “Content Assignment”.

Table of contents

  • 1. What is the permission settings?
  • 2. How to set the permission
  • 3. Assign the permission settings to members
  • 4. Advanced Settings
  • 5. Summary

What is the permission settings?

learningBOX allows you to assign permission to each member of a group.
You can assign roles to each member of the group and set up a wide range of permission such as “Administrators”, “Content Management”, “Grades Management”, “Content Assignment” and “Group Management”.
For more details on setting up permission, please visit here.

How to set the permission

First of all, create an owner account with all permissions. After registering the account, click “Member Management” in the menu bar and assign the permission settings.

Assign the permission settings to members

Group Management Permission
-Permission to invite and edit members and create and edit groups.
Content Management Permission
-Members who are authorized to manage contents can create and edit contents as well as folders in the learning box.
Grade Management Permission
-Members with grade management permission can see the grades of other users.
The grades of all users invited by the administrator are displayed by group, by individual, and by question.
Assignment Management Permission
-A member who is given the assignment management permission can assign a folder to a specific user or group.
Administrative permission
-There are four types of administrator permission, and you can set each of them.
“Administrate Permissions”, “Manage Notifications”, “Edit Email Templates” and “Access Setting Page”.

Advanced Settings

For each user, you can edit a specific folder or group and view the grades of the group members.
When you click on Group Management Permissions in Member Management, a modal window will open and you can set the permission in pull-down format.
You can only invite and edit members of the group you are managing.
You cannot move members to other groups if the permission are given to one group only.

The content management permission will allow you to edit and create content only in the folder you have set up.

The grade management permission will only allow you to view the grades of the content in the folder you set up for the group you set up.


In this article, we have introduced the permission settings.
You can prevent users to access pages outside outside of your control by giving each member account the permission. You can hide pages that you do not want to display by unmanaged users, or prevent them from being operated incorrectly.
The administrative permissions function can be combined in a lot of way, including partial permissions.
You can tailor the settings to suit your needs.



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