There may be times where you wish to modify the permissions for administrators on your account. To help with this, you can create administrator roles that are then applied to your administrators. For example, you may wish to create an administrator role for your finance person so that they can only view billing information on your account, but not any of your web hosting settings.
For most permissions, you can disable access, provide a read only view or allow edits to be made.
To create a new administrator role, login to your control panel and select the More link that is in the Account box on your homepage.
Now click on Account Settings....
...and then More Tools.
From this screen click Hosting Roles Configuration to access a list of current administrator roles on your account.
Click Add New Role. You will need to provide a name for the role, and optionally you can provide a description for it too.
You can now configure the permissions for that role. If you are not sure whether to grant a permission or not, it's probably worth leaving it disabled and opening it up later if required.
Applying to administrators
To apply the new role to existing administrators, return to the main Accounts page (you can use the accounts link at the top of your control panel). Click on Admins.
Click on the admin you wish to edit and then Manage Advanced Settings in their profile.
From here, select Add and apply the required role.