There are 3 different roles that a Veo member can have: administrator, coach, and player.
Administrator: Club's administrator can see all the teams and has access to all the recordings. One club can have multiple administrators.
We have introduced permission roles - those function on a team level, and this is how the system works. Each coach and player get assigned a permission role - admin, editor or viewer:
Admin: Team admins can edit recordings, add or edit highlights. They can also edit the team information and add or remove team members.
Editor: Editors can edit recordings, add or edit highlights.
Viewer: Viewers have access to the team's recordings, however, they're not able to edit the recordings.
Here is an overview with all the possible combinations and their set of permissions:
* Camera groups are a concept we use in Veo to make sure multiple people can record using the same camera or cameras. All recordings from a camera in a camera group are automatically available for all the group's members. All club administrators and coaches are automatically added to the camera group. However, it is possible to be a member of a camera group without being a club administrator or the coach (reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to add more).
** When the match is assigned to the team of the team member.