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How to Define or Edit Permissions for Existing User Roles in Lawcus?
How to Define or Edit Permissions for Existing User Roles in Lawcus?

Customize user roles' access easily in Lawcus.

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Written by Devanshi Kackar
Updated over a week ago

Before or even after you create and assign user role you can redefine the permissions allowed for each role.

In Lawcus, you have the flexibility to define or edit permissions for existing user roles to customize access and control within your organization. This feature allows you to tailor each role's access to specific features based on their responsibilities and requirements. This guide will walk you through the steps to define or edit permissions for user roles in Lawcus.

Defining Permissions for User Roles:

1. Click on your avatar logo located at the top of the screen.


2. Select "Manage your Organization" from the dropdown menu.


3. Locate and click on "Roles and Permissions" in the side menu. This will bring up a list of all existing user roles in your organization.

4. To define permissions for a specific role, simply tick the boxes next to the features you want to grant access to that role. These boxes represent the various functionalities within Lawcus, and ticking them will allow users with the selected role to access those features.


5. If you have previously defined permissions for user roles and want to make changes, check or uncheck the boxes next to the features you wish to allow or restrict access to.

Note: Keep in mind that the permissions for Admin and Member roles are typically non-adjustable. This means that certain boxes (representing core functionalities) checked under these roles cannot be unticked, ensuring that they have the necessary access required to manage and operate the organization effectively.

However, for other roles, such as custom roles you have created, you have the flexibility to edit their permissions according to your preferences.

Lawcus empowers you to define and modify user role permissions, enabling you to finely tune access to features based on the roles and responsibilities of individuals within your organization. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can easily tailor access permissions, ensuring that each team member has the appropriate level of access to carry out their duties efficiently.

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