Users are the individual accounts associated with your staff members. Each has specific permissions that allow them to undertake task-specific to their user role. There are three user roles in Retail POS:
The cashier is a great user level to assign to your non-management staff. They are able to do tasks such as process sales, transfer stock and close off the register, but are restricted from management functions such as adding and editing products, or access reporting.
The manager user-level represents management staff. The manager user is able to do everything a cashier can, as well as having access to their assigned store's reporting, and the ability to add/edit products if required.
The admin user level is intended for the store owner or the head office account. As an admin user, you will have full access to view and change all stores within the Retail POS account. If you'd like more than one person to have full permissions, multiple admin users can be created.
1. Navigate to Setup > Users.
2. Click Add user.
3. Enter the user details:
Username: This will be the name used to log in to Retail POS as the user.
Display: This will be the name that will appear on customer receipts, reports, and elsewhere in Retail POS.
Email: The user's email address used for verification purposes.
- Profile image: The image that appears on login pages and user profiles.
Outlets: Select the outlet you wish the user to have access to. If you'd like the user to access all outlets, click Select all outlets.
- Role: This dictates what permissions the user will have. To change these permissions for each role type, refer to our Setting user roles and permissions in Retail POS (X-Series) guide.
Security and ID: Specify a password for the user. This will be the password this user enters when they sign in to your Retail POS store. The user can change this themselves later by navigating to Setup > Users when they're signed in.
4. Click Save.
Your new user can now login to Retail POS and get selling!
Add a further layer of security to admin users by enabling two-factor authentication once created. For steps on how to set up two-factor authentication, refer to our Two-factor authentication (2FA) in Retail POS (X-Series) guide.
Starting April 30th, 2021, it is mandatory for all Australia-based Retail POS (X-Series) retailers integrated with Xero to use two-factor authentication for admin users including the account owner, in order to comply with Xero's new global security standards. A new admin user will be prompted to set up two-factor authentication when next logging in and cannot access the Retail POS store until completed.