Video request policy definitions list

2024-02-28Last updated

In Clearance, system administrators can define video request policies to control access to video request features for users and groups. A user's level of access associated with these policies can vary depending on case and file permissions.

Video request policy Definition Details
Submit video requests Grants a user or guest the ability to submit video requests. You can configure an expiration date after which the user or guest is removed from this policy. This video request policy can be granted to any user or guest in Clearance.
Manage and invite requesters Before guests can submit video requests, they must be invited by a user. This policy defines which users and groups can invite guests to submit video requests. This policy is not available to guests.
Approve video requests Before a video request can be completed, it must be reviewed and approved by a user included in the approve video requests policy. This policy defines which users and groups can review and approve video requests. This policy is not available to guests.
Auto-approve video requests You can allow users who you trust to have their video requests approved automatically. This policy defines which users and groups do not require approval when requesting video. This policy can be granted to any user or guest in Clearance.
Manage forms You can create custom forms that must be completed when new requests are made or when new participants are enrolled in your registry program. This policy defines which users and groups can create and modify forms. This policy is not available to guests.
Delete participants Define which users can delete participants from your registry program whose information is no longer current. This policy is not available to guests.
View participants in the registry Participants are only visible to users included in this video request policy. This policy is not available to guests.
Default access policy for all video requests A case is automatically generated after a video request has been approved. This policy defines a default list of user and group permissions for cases created from approved requests. Assign a default permission level (View only, View and download, Edit, or Manage) to each user and group in this policy.
View camera registry Define which users are able to view and select cameras as part of their video requests. Use this video request policy to control access to camera information, while still permitting users to make video requests involving cameras they have access to.