BCERTin Introduction

The BCERTin Introduction core concepts will help you understand the rest of the help manual. Specific articles discuss tabs, gadgets, and project spaces.



A user has an account with a password and is identified by a username. Each user has a unique ID. We recommend that you do not share your password with anyone as you are responsible for all actions performed by your user account. If you believe someone has accessed your account, please report this to your Network Administrator.



Each user has a role that dictates the content and functionality they can view, create, and modify. The most basic user is an “operative”, who can only access basic materials such as Notes, Files, and Activities. For example, “Accounting” can access more features, such as the invoicing gadget. They can see more than just accounting-related materials.



Permissions are access rights given to certain roles. They cannot be controlled by a specific user or group.