Multicraft panel permission roles

If you want to give other users access to your server via the Multicraft control panel, there's a few different roles you can assign to them. Below is a list of what each does.

Guest
- Can see basic information about a server like online status and number of players

User
- Can use chat, view available commands and use certain cheat functionality if enabled by the server owner

Moderator
- Can start servers, use the "admin say" command, see the server console, summon/kick/tp players, use the "give" command and download backups

Super Moderator
- Can issue server commands, stop/restart the server and start backups

Administrator
- Has full control over all server functions such as managing players, editing configs, etc.

Co-Owner
- Can assign FTP access to other users

Owner
- Can assign co-owner status to other users

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