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Working with any ERP software, you must be familiar with the need for multi-access and multi-management of the database. As integrated software that unites all sections of your enterprise, it surely goes without saying that we cannot limit database access to a single user.

While allowing multiple users, it is equally important to manage their access. We cannot let all employees (users with access) to have free access to all information and data of the company. While an HR manager would require a higher level of access, a PoS cashier needs a minimal level of access to the database. We control this with access rights. 

As the software that supports multiple users and companies, we must be familiar with the configuration for the same and explore the features to maintain high information security in our company. Understanding the settings and carrying the access rights ensure that the users get access to what is necessary to better their role and nothing more, thus leaving no space for database mishandling. 

Odoo User
An Odoo user is someone who has access to the database and can perform their daily tasks with Odoo. defined rules manage the information available for these users. 

In Odoo, we can add as many users as necessary for the business processes. We can add, remove and modify the users and their access rights as and when necessary. 

Add user 
We can add users from the general settings. Under the user menu. We can manage the existing users and add more users. 

The access rights can be defined for all module categories and applications installed in the database. This is done by choosing the group defined with the access rights.

If we are in developer mode, we can edit the User Types. The types are Internal User, Portal, and Public. The last two options do not allow us to modify the access rights. While you can add as many users as required for the company.
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