Managing your team members

After creating an Organization, your account is set up as the owner. There are 4 types of users in an Organization:

  1. Owners: These users have full permission as if it is their own account
  2. Developers: Can create sites and manage everything to do with them, can’t update billing information
  3. Technical Editors: Can update sites with the source editor but cannot create new sites
  4. Editors: Can update content on sites using the visual editing interfaces

Adding a new Team Member

To add a team member:

  1. Go to Organization Settings / Team
  2. Click the Add Member button.
Screenshot of Organization team interface

Add the email of the person you want to share, select the Permission Level required, and press Add team member

This will email the team member and prompts them to sign up or log in. Once logged in, they have access to all sites created under the organization at the level specified.

Screenshot of Add Team Member modal
Note

Teams can be automatically created from your own identity provider. See SAML configuration for more information.

Updating a Team Member’s level

To increase or decrease a team members permission level:

  1. Go to Organization Settings / Team
  2. Click on the three dots next to the person you want to update
  3. Click on Update permissions
  4. Select the permission level you want them to have and click Update Permissions

Only owners and developers have permission to update team members. Developers do not have permission to alter the details of an Owner.

Screenshot of Organization Team interface with context menu open on a team member

Removing a Team Member

To remove a team member:

  1. Go to Organization Settings / Team
  2. Click on the three dots next to the person you want to update
  3. Click on Revoke Access.
  4. In the modal, click Revoke Access. Click again to confirm.

You can only remove team members if you are an owner or developer. Developers do not have permission to remove an Owner.

Screenshot of Remove Team Member Modal
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