Different users have different levels of access to Crunch features. The higher levels have access to all the areas of the lower levels, as illustrated in the diagram below.
In general, the Editors set up datasets into folders (which manage templates, user access, etc). The Editors curate the experience of the dataset for the Viewers.
Some researchers want a dashboard-only view for their end-clients. That is, their clients experience the dashboard with no access to the underlying dataset. Instructions on how to configure here.
Crunch is currently working on more granular permissions (eg: something in-between Editor and Viewer so that Viewers can make their own dashboards).
The following is a summary of what the Viewer and Editors can do (Editors can do everything Viewers can do).
|Viewer-Level Access||Editor-Level Access|
| View & Search
1Multitables are also referred to as tabs, banners, or cross breaks.
3Add variables and cases.
Functionality by User Type
|Functionality||Viewer-Level Access||Editor-Level Access|
|View & Search|
|Change currently applied weight||✓||✓|
|Copy a dataset||✓|
|Edit existing datasets they have access to||✓|
|Rename and organize variables||✓|
|Save analyses toa deck||✓||✓|
|Create crosstabs and graphs||✓||✓|
|Create personal variables||✓||✓|
|Create and publish draft||✓|
|Create and restore save points||✓|
|Create public variables||✓|
|Export datasets and dashboards||✓||✓|
|Export datasets to CSV or SPSS||✓||✓|
|Share filters and multitables with whole dataset||✓||✓|
|Share filters, multitables, and decks with team||✓||✓|