There are five community management roles within Guild.
Usually, the person who sets up the account, or the main decision maker on a Pro, Business or Enterprise Plan. Account owners are the main point of contact for invoicing and all support and service communications unless agreed otherwise.
Account owners are automatically assigned the same permissions as account administrators.
Administrators have access to the web admin for an account. Where an administrator is also a member of their account's groups, they have all the same permissions as a group host or moderator. Admins can also hold the role of host.
The number of administrators you can have on an account is determined by your Guild Plan.
Each group has one host who acts as the face of the group. The host's profile details will appear on the group information page, and any invites or direct messages sent from the group will be sent on behalf of the host. Hosts cannot access the account admin area, so they can't start new groups on an account, download analytics data, manage bulk invites or generate integration keys.
Moderators have the same permissions as group hosts. The difference is that they are not featured on the group information page. The number of moderators you can have on your account will be determined by your Guild Plan. Basic Plans don't have the option to add moderators.
The group authority will receive reports of inappropriate behaviour within the group via email. These include group conversations and group single messages. By default, the group authority is assigned to the group host, but you change that in the admin panel by adding/removing anyone from your admin/host/moderator team.
Guild Account/Group Role Explainer Matrix