OK, here’s a weird one…
The latest update to Scoutbook corrected the number of connections reported for a user. Now I can see how Scoutbook came up with the number of connections I have, since it’s now showing connections to other adults in my unit (whether that’s the correct thing to do or not is an unrelated discussion). So, I can see that I have 56 connections – 23 adults and 33 youth.
I’m a unit admin and Key 3. If I go to the unit roster, I can edit the profile of anyone (adult or youth) associated with our unit. That’s unchanged, and seems to be working fine. But, if I look in my connections page, it says I have “view profile” only access to the adults in the unit, and if I click on one of the adult names from this screen, it boots me out of Scoutbook, and prevents me from logging back in to that page – I have to go to the main Scoutbook page to log back in.
So, 1) which is the correct functionality? As a unit admin should I have “edit profile” access to adults in the unit, or “view profile” access? IMHO, “edit profile” is appropriate for unit admins.
2) Clicking on the wrong link in Scoutbook should not boot a user out with no explanation of what happens. If I have “view profile” for another person, clicking on their name should allow me to view their profile. It should not boot me out of Scoutbook with no explanation, and make it difficult to log back in to it.