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Moving Lead Link Accountabilites to another role should add authority to edit to this role as well

The Lead Link role can be changed to have less things to do, it would be great if Holaspirit would move the authorities / rights to edit Strategy and assign roles with the redefinition of the role:

  • We moved the accountability to set strategy to a different role. But the new role cannot edit the strategy field. It is awkward to ask the LL all the time
  • The authority to assign roles is moved to a different role and somewhere else to a policy. It would be great to reflect this in Holaspirit as well
Klaas Reineke

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Hi Klaas, these 2 ideas are in our plans. One option is to allow all members in a Circle to edit a strategy or assign members AND display these change in an activity feed (to identify who has made a modification to a strategy and when). 

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this sounds great! I guess just the log and maybe an active notification to the lead link should be enough.

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It's now possible for all Circle members to edit a strategy. We will record this event in the future "Activity feed". Then, members that "follow" the Circle will be notified. 

We are considering the other request regarding the assignment process. We will certainly introduce more flexibility and link this assignment process with elections (how we decide to assign people in their role at the Organization/Circle level). 

Philippe 

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We use a Circle Policy for Role Assignments via Tensions in Tactical meetings, and defer the "recording" of the Role Assignments to the Secretary. Currently an ugly workaround is to give the Partner fulfilling the Secretary Role full admin privileges to Holaspirit, however this is not desirable. Please allow configuring of the Role Assignment privilege.

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