Ability to let members of a roleset change other rolesets (new permission)

As a roblox developer, it is currently too hard to let high ranks make changes to roles within a group.

If Roblox is able to address this issue, it would improve my development experience because group owners are now able to give high ranks the ability to make major changes to rolesets, without the need of asking the group owner. This provides better micromanagement for the group.

A similar topic has suggested the ability to edit rolesets. However, this request is going to focus on the more major changes. This includes creating (and paying), editing major changes such as rank number and role description, and deleting roles.

Some concerns we need to focus on are use of group funds or personal funds, and abuse of the feature. I actively invite you to discuss these concerns as a reply, as well as discussing new concerns I may not have thought of.

If this get’s added to the Roblox website, developers will be able to experiment with changing the rank numbers around; high ranks and administrators will be able to create roles for individual accomplishments, for example, a department director finalized the addition of a security department, but wants to add that to the main group. They will be able to just as easily as the owner; if a group owner is offline, and a role needs to be deleted because it is discontinued, a high rank can do that easily. These are just a few examples of what can be accomplished with this addition.

Furthermore, if we combine this with this topic, that focuses on the edit permissions ability, we can have ourselves a full role-management system that a group owner is able to assign to a board, council, or high-rank position to do the things only he can do before this update.

Again, I actively encourage you to discuss the concerns and controversies of this topic. If your a member, don’t let post-approval scare you. I am always open to what you have to say, all they are doing is checking to see if it complies with guidelines and if it hasn’t been said before, as well as what you can do to improve your response. I welcome all responses, so long as they contribute something.