Primary Chief Editor:
One Chief Editor who is the first point of contact for Treering. We will contact this person if there is an issue to be discussed.
Chief Editors have access to: Dashboard (Checklist, Book Settings, Edit Your Yearbook, Yearbook Sales), Portraits (Professional and Community Portraits), Content (Photos, Recognition Ads, Polls, Baby Photos), School Account (Org Info, People, Orders, Notification and Social Settings). Since a Chief Editor has access to everything, this person should be an adult.
Chief Editors can create Photo Folders (Editor Only and Public). They can also delete these photo folders. Chief Editors can move photos to Editor Only and Public folders.
Chief Editors can add Notes to pages.
Staff Editors can Edit Yearbook when they have been assigned pages to edit by a Chief Editor. In Page Edit Settings you can restrict editing by Staff Editors. This role is great for students.
Staff Editors can create Photo Folders (Editor Only and Public). They CAN'T delete these folders. Staff Editors can only move photos between Editor Only folders.
When a Staff Editor is assigned to portrait pages they will have access to the edit portrait capabilities.
Staff Editors can add Notes to pages.
Restricted Staff Editor:
Same as a Staff Editor except they are only allowed to add content to the yearbook pages. They can type into existing text boxes and drag and drop into existing photo boxes. This is ideal for young students or when Chief Editors want to control the exact layout of the book.
Restricted Staff Editors do not have Photo Folder capabilities except for uploading photos to the folders.
Restricted Staff Editors can add Notes to pages.
- When adding an editor to your Yearbook Team, select Primary Chief Editor, Chief Editor, Staff Editor, or Restricted Staff Editor.
Adding Editors to the Yearbook Team
- After an editor has been added to the yearbook team you can Edit Info, Edit Team Role, or Remove From Team.
Edit or Delete an Editor on the Yearbook Team