Create domains, which are closed workspaces users will work from. These can be based on physical locations (offices, departments) or your own customer’s workspace. Define user role profiles. This can be the department a person belongs to, or a hierarchical level. Define a view for your users. It determines what each user can see and whether a content, player, window or feature is visible and accessible to them. Then, define each user’s authentication method that will be managed by QL, or by a third-party system like Active Directory or Single Sign-On – ADFS.
User role profiles examples: Manage groups and players, domains and users in sub-levels. Access monitoring and/or analytics windows. User can add or edit content, playlists, scheduling or able to assign a content approval workflow to other users.