How Do I Edit Permission Levels?
If you have Administrative permissions in Zola Suite
, you are able to edit the permission levels
of users in your account. You can restrict or expand what the users are able to view.
To do so:
- Go to Firm Settings and select Users
- Click on the pencil icon to the right of the user's name
- Click on the permission level drop-down list and select the new permission level
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the blue Save Changes button
User Permission Level Management
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How Do I Add Group Permissions for Matters?
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What Are the Permission Levels for User Roles?
In Zola Suite, if you are creating a new user or editing a current one knowing what role to select for that user is vital to their access to your company's account. Below is a chart outlining the differences:
Can I Edit Matter Names?
You can edit existing Matter names by going to the Matter section, and into the Matter's page. In the Matter detail box (located in a white box at the top of the page), hovering over the Matter No. field will prompt a gray pencil to appear, click ...
How Do I Edit an Existing Task?
Editing existing Tasks in Zola Suite can be done using the following steps: Navigate to the Task Section, either on the Dashboard or from the left side navigation bar. Click on the Pencil Icon to the right of the Task to edit.
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