There are four main user roles in Anodot, each of which has a variety of rights and permissions:
|The Admin has access to ALL features in Anodot.
|Like the Admin, registered users have access to all Anodot features, except for restrictions in managing other users and channels, managing streams, and setting authentication and API tokens.
|Users with read-only permissions can only view the main Anodot features, such as the Alerts Console, Anoboards, and Data Collectors, and all the Support pages (including creating support tickets).
|Users with no-auth access permissions can only view public dashboards but can create support tickets.
The table below summarizes the main Anodot features and which roles have access to each feature.
|Who can access
The Admin, User, and Read-only user can access the Alerts Console.
The Admin and User have access to all alert features:
* Note that the User can only edit alerts or change the ownership of an alert if they are the alert owner.
All user roles can subscribe to/from alerts.
The Admin and User have access to all anomalies features:
The Read-only user can view and investigate anomalies.
* The User can edit, delete, and modify anomaly settings if Anyone can modify is set. If Owner can modify is set, only the owner can update and delete.
The Admin and User have access to all dashboard features:
The Read-only user can view all dashboards; the No-auth access user can only view public dashboards.
* The User can edit, delete, and modify dashboard settings if Anyone can modify is set. If Owner can modify is set, only the owner can update and delete.
The Admin and User have access to all metrics search features.
The Admin has access to all integration features:
The User can manage their own channels and view data collectors.
The Read-only user can view data collectors only.
The Admin has access to all management features:
The User has access to the composite management feature.
* Only user-defined event categories and sources can be deleted.
The Admin has access to all system settings: Authentication, API Tokens, Set Display Time Zone, Change Password*.
The User can set the time zone and change their password.
* The first account password must be setup by an Admin. After a User has been added by an Admin, Users can change their own password.
The Admin, User, and Read-only user can access the Help Center, the blog, resources, and video tutorials.