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Sales Permissions make zero sense!

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Wow, so i just found out that in order to use the commerce point of sale app to sell you need admin level permissions. That makes ZERO sense. So if i have a bunch of volunteers who i want to sell products for our charity or hire a bunch of teenagers i need to give them FULL ACCESS to my website??? How is this not a security flaw? Especially with squarespace not having any sort of revision or history option for the site.


How is a Store Manager not allowed to sell products? I'd be fine giving them that permission.


How does anyone else handle this? I guess I could use square itself but the whole point of having an integration is to have the data all in one spot.

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There isn't a workaround for this. You must have Site Owner or Administrator permissions to use the POS app.

This forum is not monitored for product feature requests so if you want to make Squarespace aware of your feedback, it's a good idea to raise a feature request by opening a ticket through Customer Support

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