The Users page lists all of the Active Users–those who currently have access to the site–as well as Inactive Users.

It also includes access to User-related functions such as Add New User, Edit, and Delete.

Adding a New User

  1. Select "Add New User" button:
  2. Enter the user's NetID.
  3. If the NetID is valid, (and the "Affiliated with Notre Dame" checkbox is checked) the form will automatically fill in their name.
  4. Select the Role(s) for the new User.
  5. Confirm "Active" Status is selected.
  6. Select "Save."

For a non-NetID user:

  1. Uncheck the "Affiliated with Notre Dame" checkbox.
  2. Enter the user's email.
  3. Enter a password for the User.
  4. Enter the password a second time to confirm it.
  5. Fill in the First and Last Name of the User.
  6. Select the Role(s) for the new User
  7. Confirm "Active" Status is selected.
  8. Select "Save."

Active Users

This tab includes a list of all of the Users who currently have access to the site.

  • Select a User's email address to send them an email.
  • Select "make inactive" to deactivate a User, revoking their access to the website.
  • Select "Edit" to modify a User's Role or Status.
  • Select "Delete" to permanently delete a User as an administrator of the website.

Note: Deactivating a User is usually preferable to deleting them. Deactivation preserves a User's name as an author in the News section and an editor in the Pages section. Deleted Users’ names are removed from those areas, leaving gaps in useful information.

Inactive Users

This tab includes a list of the Users who do not have access to the site along with the previously listed options for contacting or changing the status of a User.

Note: Deactivating a User is usually preferable to deleting them. Deactivation preserves a User's name as an author in the News section and an editor in the Pages section. Deleted Users’ names are removed from those areas, leaving gaps in useful information.


Gaining Access

To be added as a Conductor administrator for a particular site, seek out a current User of that site and request access.