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 There are three types of potential EASA users, also known as EASA Roles. All users of EASA will be required to have an EASA account with a user name and password. The role of a user will be determined by their user name and the EASA system will automatically know a person’s role or level of access once they have logged in to EASA. These three roles offer different levels of access to the EASA system and its functionality. The roles are: There are three types of potential EASA users, also known as EASA Roles. All users of EASA will be required to have an EASA account with a user name and password. The role of a user will be determined by their user name and the EASA system will automatically know a person’s role or level of access once they have logged in to EASA. These three roles offer different levels of access to the EASA system and its functionality. The roles are:
  
-====Administrators ​===+====Administrator ​===
  
-Administrators of EASA are primarily responsible for installing and configuring the EASA system. An administrator ​will have access to both Administrator and User mode.+An EASA **Administrator** is primarily responsible for installing and configuring the EASA system. An **Administrator** ​will have access to both **Administrator** and **User** mode.
  
-=== Authors ​===+=== Author ​===
  
-The role of Author in EASA is responsible for creating and publishing EASAPs for use by the rest of your organization. ​Authors’ ​access to EASA allows both Author and User mode. +An EASA **Author** ​is responsible for creating and publishing EASAPs for use by the rest of your organization. ​**Author** ​access to EASA allows both **Author** and **User** mode. 
  
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-**Note: A person can be both an Author and an Administrator and is then allowed access to all three modes, User, Author and Administrator.**+**Note:** A person can be both an **Author** and an **Administrator** and is then allowed access to all three modes, ​**User****Author** and **Administrator**.
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-=== Users ===+=== User ===
  
-Users are just what the name implies, ​users of the EASA system. This means they will make use of the tools available in the [[wiki:​guides:​users:​applicationsmenu|Application Library]] and the information available in the [[wiki:​guides:​users:​resultsmenu|Results Library]]. By default all accounts in EASA always have access to User mode. In most organizations,​ the User role will be the most prevalent for people with EASA accounts. For more information on setting up User accounts in EASA, see [[wiki:​guides:​admins:​managing_users#​Creating New User Accounts|Creating New User Accounts]].+A **User** as the name implies, ​uses the EASA system. This means they will make use of the tools available in the [[wiki:​guides:​users:​applicationsmenu|Application Library]] and the information available in the [[wiki:​guides:​users:​resultsmenu|Results Library]]. By default all accounts in EASA always have access to **User** mode. In most organizations,​ the **User** role will be the most prevalent for people with EASA accounts. For more information on setting up **User** accounts in EASA, see [[wiki:​guides:​admins:​managing_users#​Creating New User Accounts|Creating New User Accounts]].
  
 ==== What is an EASAP? ==== ==== What is an EASAP? ====

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