Adobe Campaign lets you define and manage the rights assigned to users. These are a set of rights and restrictions that authorize or deny:
These permissions are defined by combining operator group permissions, named rights and permissions on folders.
In Adobe Campaign, users are operators and operator groups represent user roles. An operator is an Adobe Campaign user who has permissions to log in and perform actions. Users are created in the Admin Console. The permissions apply to user profiles or groups of users. There are two types of permissions you can grant:
As a product administrator, you can grant permissions to the users of your organization. Permissions are granted through Adobe Admin Console and Campaign client console. Users log on to Adobe Campaign with their Adobe ID. Learn how to connect to Adobe Campaign in this page.
Key steps are:
The Adobe Admin Console is a central location for managing the Adobe entitlements across your organization. It is accessible to product administrators only.
Use the Admin Console to add users, create and assign product profiles (which are groups of operator roles).
Learn how to add users in this page.
Product profiles are groups of products and services that you can assign to users. In Adobe Experience Cloud, permissions are based on a product’s profile, not on the user. However, you can delegate administrative rights to specific users.
In the Admin Console, each Adobe Experience Cloud product profile for Campaign is associated to an operator group in Campaign client console.
Learn how to create and assign product profiles in this page.
As a member of a product profile (i.e operator group), a user has rights to perform operations, called ‘Named Rights’, and has read and/or write access to data. An operator can be a member of multiple operator groups: rights and access permissions are additive.
Learn more about named rights in this section.