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mhanes created the topic: Ability for FrontEnd Users to sort
There is no way for the logged in frontend user to edit the sort order of employees. Editing only involves selecting a previously entered employee which is great however there is no way of editing the sort order of how employees display.
vinny replied the topic: Re: Ability for FrontEnd Users to sort
Hi - thanks for the request. We don't plan to build this functionality into WorkForce. Ordering employees/departments can only be controlled by admin since you wouldn't want every employee adding themselves to the top of the list from the front-end. The front-end editing purpose is to simply allow registered users (employees) to change their profile info/image without needing admin to change it for them. Let me know if I'm misunderstanding. Thanks.
mhanes replied the topic: Re: Ability for FrontEnd Users to sort
I suggest this as an option like in a checkbox with the control panel. This way the administrator can delegate this permission to an individual/webmaster/publisher to edit records and sort records. I am using WorkForce on a site that is a non profit and the individual editing records could also have the option of sorting. I'm not suggesting that every employee has this authority. I realize WorkForce was intended for an employee situation but perhaps you can see that it fits other markets. The non profit organization I'm using it for has a president, vice president, board members, treasurer, etc.