Giddh allows you to share information with your accountants, team members, and others. This allows for letting the right people take ownership of different sections and real-time information sharing. The person who purchases the license is by default the Super Admin

Permission/Role Types

Giddh comes configured with three types of permissions (also called roles). You can create more types from All Modules > Permissions. Here are the default types explained:  

  • Super Admin

This is a full-control permission. There can be multiple super admins for a company. They can:

  • Create and manage companies. 

  • Access and work on all the modules. 

  • Assign permissions to other users 

  • Edit the rights granted from All Modules > Permissions

  • Admin: 

This permission allows users to make edits to the current company. 

There can be multiple Admins for a company.

  • Viewer: 

This user can only read the information on the portal. There can be many Viewers for a company.


  • Custom roles can also be created and assigned to users. 

  • Roles of each of the permission can be modified from All Modules > Permissions to suit the requirement of the organization.

How it works? 

Permission is granted for each company individually by a unique name (only for users registered on Giddh) or email accounts (for all types of users). Users can log in with their credentials to get access to the permitted modules / features on Giddh.  

An unregistered user on Giddh: Log in with their permitted Google Id or create a new login on Giddh with the permitted email address. 

A registered user on Giddh: Simply log in with the credentials. They can use the Switch Company functionality to access the shared information. 

Give permission

  1. In the Give Permission To box, provide a unique name (for Giddh users) or email address (for any user).

  2. Select a role (defines what cay they do).

  3. Select a date range.

  4. Select between the two options:

    • CIDR Range: Enter the range to allow users in this range to access the software. Contact your network administrator to get this information.

    • IP address: Enter your network’s IP address to allow users to access the software. Contact your network administrator to get this information.

  5. Click on the Add button. 

A success message appears on screen and the information of the newly added user shows on screen.