Types of Access Roles
- Full - users can share items, tag, comment, add attachments, create tasks, folders, and projects, and edit their descriptions, change statuses.
- Editor - the main difference with the Full role is that here, users can’t share, tag, or delete tasks, folders, and projects.
- Limited - users can’t create, share, tag, or delete tasks, folders, and projects.
- Read-Only - users can only view the content but can’t modify it in any way.
Applying Access Roles
- You can change a user’s Access Role so that their permission level on the folder/project is higher than their permission level on the space level.
- You cannot change a user’s Access Role on a folder/project so that it is lower than their Access Role on the space level.
Access Roles & User Groups
- You can grant a member or members of the group a permission level that is higher than that of the rest of the group. For example, if a user group has Limited Access to a folder, you can upgrade one User Group member to Full Access.
- You cannot grant a member or members of the User Group a permission level that is lower than that of the rest of the group. For example, if a User Group has Full access to a Project, you can’t downgrade one User Group member to Editor or Limited Access.
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