How to Manage PB Cycle Members

How to Manage PB Cycle Members

PB Administrators can manage members of a PB Cycle. There are currently 4 available user roles for a PB Cycle.
  1. Owner / Main PB Admin: Person who created the PB Cycle
  2. Co-Admins: This role allows users to manage the PB Cycle phases, most commonly teachers, parents, student leaders
  3. Coaches: This role has limited features, is most commonly for parents, volunteers, organization members
  4. PB Participants: Most commonly students, they generate proposals, refine them, and vote
Roles can be assigned to any user if needed, here's how to do that:

  1. STEP 1 - Click/Tap the PB 'Actions' menu
  2. STEP 2 - Select 'Members' option from the bottom sheet 'Actions' menu
  3. STEP 3 - In the Members list, you can see who has joined the PB cycle and how many seats are available, as well as their current roles. Each user will have a 'Members Actions' menu
  4. STEP 4 - Choose the role you want to assign your PB Cycle members

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