Managing the in's and out's of the admin side of an online store can be quite the task for just one person to handle. You may find it necessary to assign administration side permissions to specific people on your team. The User section lets you customize which users can access the admin side of the store, and what sections can be accessed or modified by them.
With the user groups set up, the individual users can be saved to the administration side of your store under System → Users → Users. Clicking "Add New" will bring you to the user form below. Aside from the basic user information, a password must be created for the user to login to the dashboard. The User Group selected from the drop down box will assign specific permissions to the user. The status lets you choose to enable the user to be able to login, or disable the user from logging in to the dashboard.
- ![user detail back end](media/com_githubdocs/arastta/docs/1.5/en/images/user-manual/system/users/basic-user-detail.png) ![user detail back end](media/com_githubdocs/arastta/docs/1.5/en/images/user-manual/system/users/basic-user-detail-1.png)
- ![user detail back end](media/com_githubdocs/arastta/docs/1.5/en/images/user-manual/system/users/user-detail.png)
Since Arastta 1.3 version, you can set some specific options for the specific users.
Theme: Choose a theme which will be used as default theme for that user.
Admin Language: Choose a language which will be used as default language for that user.
Editor: Choose an editor which will be used as default editor for that user.
Two-Factor Authentication: Choose the Two-Factor Authentication type for that users. Get more details from How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication? doc.
The user can access the dashboard the same way the administrator would, with the exception of entering their specific username and password. See Admin interface for more information.
Our user, John Doe, was assigned to the Co-worker group; meaning he will be able to access and modify all the Catalog pages except Manufacturers. He will not be able to access Extensions, Sales, System, or Reports. The following screenshot displays what John Doe will view when he tries to access the Extensions page.
If John Doe was permitted access to this page, but not modify it, the following warning message would appear if he tried to save an edit:
"Warning: You do not have permission to modify manufacturers!"