If you have the authority, you can act on behalf of another person in ROVER. This short video takes you through the process of creating a token, choosing the type of access and functions, and sending the request to the person you want to act on behalf of.
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Narrator: Today, I'm going to show you how to create a token to request to act on behalf of another person in ROVER. I have already signed into my ROVER account.
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Click on the 'Authority to act' button on the dashboard, which will take you to this page where you can manage your authorities to act.
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Here, I can see information on my current authorities to act, and here the ones I've had in the past.
In this example, I want to act on behalf of Michael Knight. As you can see on this page, I don't have authority to act on his behalf, so I'm going to send him a notification in ROVER asking for permission.
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I do this by clicking the 'Record an authority to act' button here in the top right-hand corner.
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On this page, I need to provide details about the type and level of access I'm asking for.
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There are three types of access. I'm going to choose the middle one 'Request to act on behalf of another individual'.
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Next, I need to add Michael's details - his email address and full name. Michael already has a ROVER account. This is important because another individual will need to have or create an account in ROVER to accept your token requesting an authority to act.
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Now, I need to choose the level of access - standard or limited. Users with 'Standard access' can see everything belonging to the organisation or individual for each function they are assigned. 'Limited access' users can only see specific records where they are added as a contributor within a function.
I'm going to select 'Standard access'.
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As you can see here, the end date has already been populated. This date is set one year from today by default.
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However, if you wish to change it, click on this calendar icon and choose a different date.
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Now I need to select the ROVER functions I want access to. Functions are a way of controlling what a user can do in ROVER on behalf of an organisation or individual. I'm going to choose 'Applications' and 'Approvals'.
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The last step is to read and acknowledge the declaration by ticking this box.
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Now click 'Record Authority to Act'.
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As an email address was provided, this triggers an email to be sent to the person you are requesting authority from, in this case Michael, notifying them of the token. Until the generated token is accepted, an authority to act will not exist and you will not be able to perform actions on behalf of the other person.
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Once they have used the token to accept your request to act on their behalf, you will see the details of your authority in this table here. And that's how you request an authority to act on behalf of someone else in ROVER.
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For more information on how to use ROVER, visit the department's website or watch more videos on the department's Vimeo channel.
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