Players with Admin status can access the Admin section of the Backstage. This is where new player registrations can be approved and existing player accounts managed. In the future there may be more features added here.
Admins can see a list of all players who have accounts on this UpStage instance, including their email address and the date they registered their account. From this list, Admins can:
UpStage accounts have one of four roles: Guest, Player, Admin, and Super Admin. Each has a different level of permissions.
Guest accounts are for use by people who do not have their own player log-in and may not want to have one, for example in workshops or demonstration situations. Logging in with a Guest account allows you to access and operate the on-stage player tools of the stage or stages that the Guest account has been given access to. Guest accounts do not give access to the Backstage.
Players can log in to UpStage, create stages, upload media, and perform on stages that they have created or been given access. Players can update their email address and change their password in their profile.
Admins are players with additional permissions. They can customise the Foyer and access the Admin section of UpStage, where they can approve new player registrations and undertake other player managment such as increasing a player's upload limit or changing a player's role.
They have full powers in the Backstage, which means they can view, edit or delete all stages and media, not only their own. However if they do not have player access on stages that are not their own or that they have not been given access to, only audience access.
This role is usually the person who has installed and configured this specific instance of UpStage. As well as all of the permissions of other roles, they can make other players into Admins and do backend configuration of the instance.
This feature of the Admin section allows Admins to quickly create multiple new users without needing an email address for each user. This is useful for temporary log-ins, such as in a teaching or workshop situation where participants may not intend to keep using UpStage.
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