Invite the users
When creating a salon, you can invite users to the platform by clicking “add new employee”. The same information is filled in as though you were inviting users through the ready-made site. That is, this step can also be done afterwards in the settings once the profile and salon have been created. (Read more about registration and onboarding)
(Please note that the system will not accept two email addresses with the same name for two separate users.)
You can invite additional users at any time by clicking on “Users” in the salon settings. Click on “Add a new employee” and complete the information by entering:
first name, last name and e-mail.
Assigning rights to users
When you are assigning Book Salon system rights to your users, remember there are different roles with different levels of access.
The options are: Student, Accountant, Employee, and Rental Chair Entrepreneur.
The role of owner is always the person who sets these up.
When this role is assigned to a student, his or her rights in the system are limited. The student does not see any information related to sales at all.
You can also invite your accountant to your salon, in which case you no longer need to retrieve reports from the system itself. Accountant rights have access only to the sales tab.
The user whose settlements go to the owner's account should be assigned to the employee role.
In the role of employee, the user does not see the sales of others and does not have the ability to manage shifts.
A user who wants settlements for their own account should be placed in the role of entrepreneur. In that case, he/she must also make his own merchant agreements. A rental chair entrepreneur sees his or her own sales, but not the others.
The role of the owner is automatically determined by the person who set up the established the salon.
You can also change the role of owner to another user.
You can take users out of view and display them on your employees' calendar and customer bookings.
Administrator rights give the user access to see everything in the system that the owner can see.