Now you have a list of Policies that you can assign to any User in your account.
Let's assign them to Sarah and John. First, get back to the Manage Users section and select Sarah's User. She already has the dashboards sharing policies that were assigned to her automatically a couple steps back. Let's assign Sarah's User her other policies.
Sarah's Policies [frontend]
Sarah's Policies [backend 01]
Sarah's Policies [backend 02]
Then, select John's User. The automatically assigned policy is already there just the same way it was for Sarah. So we move on to assigning John his policy:
John's Policies [backend]
Now feel free to log out your JC.it account and then log back into it as Sarah or John. These were the permissions we intended to grant to the Users, do check if everything works fine.
So we have created two Users, a set of policies for them and assigned the latter to them. We've given two persons the permissions they need to work with stats.
Now imagine that there's one more employee that needs to have some permissions, too. The next step is extending our initial scenario and creating a Role.