One helpful feature of ProTools is the ability for schools and organizations to offer granular permissions to features for their ProTools users. This means that not all ProTools users have access to all features since permissions are controlled at the Administrator level for each organizational unit (such as a school, college, district, or organization).
Here are the three roles within ProTools:
- ProTools User - able to access ProTools and use features based on the permissions granted by an Administrator.
- School-level Administrator - able to add and remove access and permissions for school-level ProTools Users, except for Finish the FAFSA access.
- District-level Administrator - able to add and remove access and permissions for school-level Administrators and school-level ProTools Users, except for Finish the FAFSA access.
If you are a ProTools User and would like to request additional permissions, please contact the ProTools Administrator at your school or organization. If you don't have an Administrator or don't know who they are, please submit a request in ProTools Help for assistance.
If you are interested in Administrator rights and how to request them, you can learn more in this article: View Accounts.