How to give an academic supervisor limited access to review applicants profile and give feedback?

By default, an academic supervisor has read-only access to applications. If you want to manage an academic supervisor’s access to give feedback to applicants’ profiles, follow these steps:

1) Scroll down the left hand side menu and select the Settings menu and the Administrators submenu.

2) Find the name of the administrator whose access you want to manage and click on the wrench sign behind their details, select Edit details. (Or if you want to create a new administrator, scroll to the bottom of the list and click on the “+ New administrator” button, then fill in the form)

3) Scroll down to the Permissions section and tick the Academic supervisor box. To create custom settings, tick the “Add additional permissions (advanced)” box to open up the possible options. Find the option “offers-confirm” and tick it. To read more about permissions and Administrator roles, click HERE.

4) Make sure to click on “Save changes”

Go to Settings, Administrators!

Scroll down the left hand side menu and select the Settings menu (1) and the Administrators submenu (2)

Find the name of the existing administrator or create a new one

Find the name of the administrator whose access you want to manage and click on the wrench sign (3) behind their details, select Edit details (4). (Or if you want to create a new administrator, scroll down to the bottom of the list and click on the “+ New administrator” button. Type in the name and fill in the administrator form.)

Scroll down to the Permissions section (5) and tick the Academic supervisor box (6) (deselect anything else if you don’t want to give them any more access). To create custom settings to the academic supervisor option, tick the “Add additional permissions (advanced)” box (7) to open up the possible options.

To give the academic supervisor the power to send out feedback and other offers to applicants, find the option “offers-confirm” (8) and tick it. Make sure to save the changes (9).

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