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How to Update User Roles for Existing Users in Lawcus?
How to Update User Roles for Existing Users in Lawcus?

Effortlessly update user roles in Lawcus for better legal team organization. Streamlined access and maximum productivity!

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Written by Devanshi Kackar
Updated over a week ago

In Lawcus, managing user roles is essential for maintaining an efficient organizational structure within your legal team. Different members may require varying levels of access and permissions based on their roles, seniority, and responsibilities. Assigning appropriate user roles ensures smooth collaboration, streamlined decision-making, and enhanced productivity. This guide will walk you through the simple process of updating user roles for existing Lawcus users.

Lawcus gives you enough flexibility to assign user roles you've created that come with different permission levels to members such as attorneys, support staff, co-counsels, and more in any way you see fit.

Designating user roles

To assign and designate user roles:

  1. Click on your avatar logo at the top-right corner of the screen. Select "Manage your organization" from the drop-down menu.

  2. Identify the user for whom you want to update the role. Click on the checkbox under the defined role to select the appropriate role that matches the user's responsibilities and permissions. Click on “Yes” to confirm.

    Updating user roles for already existing users in Lawcus is a straightforward process that allows you to tailor access and permissions to each team member based on their specific responsibilities. By designating appropriate user roles, you can enhance workplace cohesion, foster efficient decision-making, and maximize productivity within your legal team. Take advantage of Lawcus's flexibility to manage user roles and create an optimized organizational structure for your law firm. If you have any further questions or need assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to our support team.

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