SolvePath has three user types: regular users, managers, and administrators. A regular user has the ability to ask and answer questions; follow and like questions, answers, and experts; and engage with the general applications of the platform. Managers also have the capability to view the system’s analytics; create groups, teams, and competitions; and accept or delete posts that they did not create. Administrators have the most capabilities, as they also have access to the user management tab and system settings panel.
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