Group coordinators can use all of the TS Coordinator tools with programs they create or have been assigned to manage.
General Information about the Coordinator Roles
The TS Coordinator tools provide administrative capabilities within organizations using Taskstream.
A TS Coordinator can be granted either Group or Site level access. Both levels of access have use of the TS Coordinator tools to perform a variety of administrative functions.
A Group Coordinator has administrative capabilities for Programs they manage within Taskstream. A Group Coordinator can create and manage a Program in Taskstream and enroll anyone from his or her organization into that Program. Group Coordinators can also be assigned to manage Programs created by other Coordinators. As the Manager of a Program, the Group Coordinator can use any of the TS Coordinator tools to:
- Disseminate information to Program participants
- Run reports
- Post communications
- Manage the process
A Site Coordinator has all of the abilities of Group Coordinators, plus administrative access to an assigned subset of individuals within their organization.
NOTE: The assigned subset can include all individuals within their organization.
About the TS Coordinator Area
The TS Coordinator area is divided into the following different sections:
- DRF (Directed Response Folio) Assessment System
- Field Placement
- Collaborative Programs
- Subscriber Accounts
- Manage Communications