Now: Share Evaluators! * Evaluators are now working across multiple providers * What your evaluators will see * Admins still limited to one provider * Safety and Confidentiality Evaluators Now Working Across Providers Our newest feature enables your evaluators to work with multiple providers. This means that large organizations can compartmentalize their programs into different provider accounts without losing any evaluator functionality, but it also means that providers who have evaluators with other community or university ties don't have to race to claim those evaluators first. We've had a lot of people asking for this feature, and we've got it! What Evaluators See So what's changed for evaluators? They'll now see a dropdown on their "My Evaluations" page which lists all the providers for which they're active evaluators. They'll use this to select the organization whose evals they want to work on, and they will get the same table that they saw before. The only difference is that they can now use the dropdown to switch between providers! If an evaluator is disabled or no applications have been assigned, the corresponding provider table will be blank. One Provider per Admin... for now We know that many of you would like to see the same functionality applies to account administrators as well, and that's something that we're working on implementing as soon as possible. Because of all the work that goes into that kind of change, however, it's going to take a while before administrator permissions work like evaluators do. We agree that this would be a great improvement, and our first commitment at SmarterSelect will always be to providing you the best service that we can. We'll keep you posted on developments of this feature, but for now, we can't give you a release date because there are so many factors to consider when making such a big change! Safety and Confidentiality Security for the evaluators hasn't changed-- they're still only going to see what you allow them to see. Because the way the evaluators see their data is broken down by provider, what they see when they're looking over the evaluations that they have due for your organization won't change at all, and no one else is going to be able to see it. When you look at your list of users, you'll see a number in the "Evaluations" column-- that's still the number of evaluations for just your organization. They may have other evaluations out there with other groups, but we didn't think that it was right to share that information across different providers. We value your privacy and security, so everything that you see (and therefore everything that other admins see!) pertains solely and specifically to your organization.