Support » Plugin: Wired Impact Volunteer Management » allow permissions for user role : “editor”

  • Resolved bacasper911

    (@bacasper911)


    I have installed the wired impact volunteer management plugin on my customer’s website. I want the user role “editor” to be able to add volunteer opportunities to the site. This menu option does not appear for the editor when they are logged in. Is there a specific user role and capability that I have to add to the site so that the editor can add, edit and update volunteer opportunities (both recurring and single one-time opportunities) on the site? Plugins and themes are all up to date. WordPress version updates automatically.

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  • Plugin Author Wired Impact

    (@wiredimpact)

    Thanks for reaching out @bacasper911. By default, the volunteer management plugin uses the same capabilities for volunteer opportunities as WordPress uses for blog posts. Since editors have the ability to add and edit blog posts, they also have the ability to add and edit volunteer opportunities. If your users with the editor role can’t edit blog posts it’s likely that either the role has been tampered with using a plugin like User Role Editor or Members, or that there is a plugin conflict of some kind.

    Just to be sure, I created a default installation of WordPress, installed the plugin and tested adding and editing volunteer opportunities as an editor. I was able to do so without a problem.

    Let me know if you have any other questions. If you find the problem, please also post it here as others might find it helpful.

    Thanks.

    Jonathan
    Wired Impact

    Plugin Author Wired Impact

    (@wiredimpact)

    Since we haven’t heard from you in a little while I’m going to mark this as resolved. Of course, if you have any questions in the future don’t hesitate to reach out.

    Jonathan

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