Reporter's Role

Admins can assign users with reporter access to view reports. This article is about the Reporter's Role.

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Written by Laarni D
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What is the Reporter's Role?

The Reporter role in Aloware is specifically designed for analysts who need access to view reports and analytics within the platform, without the ability to interact with or call contacts.

Screenshot of Reporter's Dashboard


  • Admins can only assign an existing Aloware user.

How to Assign the Reporter Role

To assign the Reporter role to a user in Aloware, follow these steps:

  • Navigate to the User's menu in Aloware Admin.

  • Search for the user whom you want to assign as a Reporter.

  • Click on the Settings button for that user.

  • In the Visibility Settings section, enable Reporter Access.

What happens to the User with Reporter Access only?

Users with Reporter Access have limited functionality within Aloware, as the focus is on providing them with comprehensive reports and analytics. Here's an overview of what a user with Reporter Access can expect:

  • Dashboard - The user will have access to the Dashboard, which displays communication logs with limited operations.

  • Lines - The user can view all active Aloware Lines in their account.

  • Users - The user can see the list of Users in their account.

  • Contacts - The user can view all contact details without the ability to interact with them or perform communication functions.

  • Tags - The user can see all the tags associated with contacts.

  • Reports -The user will have access to comprehensive reports containing information related to their performance, account usage, and more.

    • Lines

    • Ring Groups

    • Users

    • Sequences

    • Broadcasts

    • Contacts

    • Call Dispositions

    • Contact Dispositions

    • Compliance

By assigning the Reporter role, Aloware allows analysts to focus on analyzing reports and gaining insights without granting them full access to all functionalities of the platform.

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