The admin role on the Keylabs platform typically refers to a user who has full access and control over the platform's settings, user accounts, and annotation projects. Admins manage the overall functioning and security of the platform. They ensure that annotation projects are completed on time and to the desired accuracy.

Some specific responsibilities of an admin on an annotation platform may include:

  1. Managing user accounts: Admins typically create and manage user accounts on the platform. This may include creating new accounts, assigning roles and permissions, and deactivating accounts as needed.

  2. Setting up annotation projects and uploading images or videos for annotation: Admins are responsible for setting up new annotation projects, which may involve defining the project scope, creating task instructions, uploading images or videos provided by the customer, and selecting the annotation types used.

  3. Monitoring annotation quality: Admins are responsible for monitoring the quality of annotations completed by users on the platform and ensuring that they meet the desired level of accuracy.

  4. Resolving issues: Admins may be called upon to resolve issues on the platform, such as user disputes or technical problems.

  5. Managing data: Admins are responsible for managing the data collected and annotated on the platform and ensuring that it is stored securely and complies with relevant regulations.

Overall, the admin role on an annotation platform is crucial, as it ensures that the platform operates smoothly and that annotation projects are completed to the highest possible standard.

An employee with the Super User role has extensive permissions and capabilities on the platform. They can assume the role of annotator and verifier, access all projects, change project settings, customize classes and attributes, add and manage users, change project and file statuses, view annotations and status changes, upload and delete project files, assign executors and due dates, reset annotation data, generate reports for all projects, export files and tables, and manage user accounts by adding or editing user information and assigning roles such as worker, project manager, super user, administrator, or client. They can also lock (deactivate) users, change passwords, and log in to the platform under another user's account. Additionally, they can assign rights to clients to view file creation, annotation, and verification times.

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