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In Usage Engine, you can be an admin of an account and have the possibility to manage other users of that account and view their activity log. To be an administrator, you must either be the one who created that account or be added as an Admin by an existing admin of that account. When a user is given access to an account, they become a Member of that account and receive an email with information about the account they were added to and the permission type assigned to them for that account. There are three permission types that can be assigned to a member: Admin, User, and Guest. The permission type assigned to you determines your access rights within Cloud Edition. For more information, see Permission Types.

You can view which accounts you are a member of by clicking the active account drop-down menu on the top bar and you can select which account you want to enter. The Admin option on the sidebar is enabled only if you have been added with the Admin permission type for that account.

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The Guest permission type has limited access to the Usage Engine function. The Guest can view almost all aspects of Usage Engine, member management excluded.

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A Guest has access to the following actions in Usage Engine

  • View Solutions
  • View Streams
  • Export Streams
  • Start Streams
  • Stop Streams
  • Create Stream Schedules
  • Edit Stream Schedules
  • Abort Stream Schedules
  • View Log
  • View Metrics
  • View Data Correction
  • View Notification Group
  • View Notification at Stream
  • View Stream Group
  • View Streams in Stream Group
  • Create Stream Group Schedule
  • Abort Stream Group Schedule
  • Start Stream Group
  • Stop Stream Group

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