This is an overview of the roles and the permissions you have available to you.

They are listed in order of importance and visibility: that means that If you are a people manager you wouldn’t see the administrator and super administrator roles above. You shouldn't be able to edit roles like that, that's why 🕶️.

Super administrator 💪

  • There must always be 1 super administrator per workspace, if you are one and want to reassign the role you can. Super administrators are always responsible for billing.

  • They can create and manage roles.

  • They can manage people and their permissions.

  • They can manage organisations and data that users have access to.

Administrator 🤓

  • They are not responsible for billing (this is the only difference).

  • They can create and manage roles.

  • They can manage people and their permissions.

  • They can manage organisations and data that users have access to.

People manager 👬

  • They can create and manage roles.

  • They can manage people and their permissions.

Data manager 💻

  • They can manage organisations and data that users have access to.

Guest

  • They can only access the organisations they are given permission to and they can't invite users or edit any permissions at all, as you'd expect.

You can also customise roles if for some reason the available ones aren’t flexible enough. Finally (!) you can also delete all roles apart from the Super Administrator, there must always be one of those.

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