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Collaborators have a more restricted view within the Workspace and we frequently get asked what exactly a Collaborator's Workspace looks like. Check out the screenshots below to find out.
Tip: It’s easier to remember what a Collaborator can do vs. what they can’t. Collaborators can: change a task’s status, add comments, view existing Custom Fields, add and delete file attachments, and submit Request forms. Collaborators can’t: create new Tasks, Folders, or Projects, or edit the task’s description field.
- Have Inbox, My Work, Stream, and a Folder tree, but they do not have Dashboards or Reports.
- Can only see Folders and Projects which are shared with them (same applies to all Wrike users).
- Can see the List, Table, and Timeline views, but no additional views.
- Can change a task’s status.
- Can see (but not edit) a task’s description field.
- Can add comments.
For comparison, here is what a Regular User would see when logged into the Workspace.
- See all available Global Views (Inbox, Reports, etc).
- Have access to all available views (Table, Timeline, etc).
- Can create new tasks.
- Can add a task to Folders or Projects.
- Can view and edit a task's description field.
Check out the table here for a more detailed breakdown of what rights each user type has.
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