Vevox has a few different user roles which dictate what you can and can't do from your Vevox account. This can become particularly relevant when managing an account that multiple people have access to. Below is a brief outline of the different user roles and what they do.
This is the standard role in your Vevox account. Everybody is a session host. This gives you the ability to create and manage your own Vevox sessions.
This role is usually reserved for one or two people in the account. The account admin has the ability to purchase subscription upgrades to the Vevox account. When a new account is created the person that sets it up automatically becomes the Account admin.
Where a session host can only see their own sessions (or any that have been actively shared with them), the session admin can automatically see the sessions of everyone in the account. This role is useful in large organisations or institutions where staff may come and go but you still need someone to retain access to any content they have created using Vevox.
The user manager has the ability to add and remove people from the account.