• Overview

    The Profile module is part of the core that can not be removed.

    Connected to the jrUser module in a 1:many relationship.

    Any single person on a JR5 site will have 1 user account, however they may have more than 1 profile.

    In a music website example this would be one band member being a member of many bands.

    Or a band manager managing many bands.
  • The USER is the person, the PROFILE is where they put their stuff. One USER can have a number of profiles. The QUOTA is attached to the profile to define what MODULES are active there. Each QUOTA is a set of active MODULES.
  • screenshot of the info tab for the jrProfile module
  • screehshot of a profiles timeline page
  • screenshot of the jrProfile tools tab in the ACP
15 Mar 2015 06:11:53AM @researchcooperative:
When new members join a Jamroom community, the profile options they see depend on what modules have been allocated to the profile category that is set as default. In JR parlance a "quota" is the whole profile category, with its allocated modules. Different profile categories (quotas) are created by Master Admin using different allocations of modules.

I am not yet clear how new members can acquire additional profiles, and get access to other functions of the system with those profiles.

Can they ask and then be approved automatically, or is it only a one-sided operation from the admin side?

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