Managing roles and permissions of users

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Managing roles of users

Within the TeamWorks application, each member of the project has a defined role and adequate permission. A user can have different defined roles – User or Administrator and can be Set As Owner. When a new TeamWorks project is created, the person who created it automatically becomes the project administrator. As a project administrator, you can change project revisions, add new users and define the permissions for each user. On the other hand, the user whose role is defined as a project user cannot add new users but can apply changes to the project, depending on the type of permission. Set As Owner is an additional role, which enables a person to change the name of the project, to delete it or to define a new owner of the project. To define the role of a user, follow the process described below.

Choose a certain project from the list in the TeamWorks Management Center window. à Click on the command Manage Users. à Click on a certain user within the Project Users window to select him. à Double-click on the role beside the user’s name in the column Role and choose either Administrator or User.

Managing roles of Bexel TeamWorks users

The command Manage Users is also available within the TeamWorks tab in the upper corner of the interface.

Managing permissions of users

There are two types of permission within the TeamWorks application. If the user has Read/Write permission, he will be able to modify the project and commit the changes to it. On the other hand, if the user has only read permission, he will be able to review the project but will not be able to apply changes.

Choose a certain project from the list in the TeamWorks Management Center window. à Click on the command Manage Users. à Click on a certain user within the Project Users window to select him. à Double-click on the permission beside the user’s name in the column Permissions and choose either Read/Write or Read permission. 

Managing permissions of Bexel TeamWorks users
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