The Participants Database plugin has its own set of access control points where users can be allowed/disallowed to perform specific functions. On this page is a list of those functions and the context term used to identify them.
The “default role” column indicates the plugin (not WP) role that is allowed access to the action. The plugin roles are assigned to WP roles in the plugin settings under the admin tab. This allows the use of custom roles within the plugin, but defaults to using the common WP roles. These roles are the minimum role that can access the feature, roles with higher levels of privilege can also access those features.
|delete participants||admin||delete records in the admin list|
|with selected actions||admin||use the general “with selected” actions on the admin list|
|access admin field groups||admin||view or edit fields that are in an “admin” field group|
|main admin menu||editor||use the plugin menu in the admin|
|list participants||editor||view the list of records in the admin|
|edit participant||editor||edit records in the admin|
|add participant||editor||create a new record in the admin|
|manage fields||admin||use the Manage Database Fields page|
|upload csv||admin||use the CSV import page|
|setup guide||admin||use the “setup guide” page|
|plugin settings||admin||use the plugin settings page|
|export csv||admin||export the records as a CSV (also available as a plugin setting)|
|forms not validated||admin||field validation not checked on new records or updates|
Here are a couple of how-to articles on customizing user roles with Participants Database: