Currently collaboration with other users can happen in two ways, as Users and as Guests. Users are managed on a per-organization basis and can be assigned different roles. Guests on the other hand have a predefined permission level and are assigned on a per-site basis. Any site can have up to 3 Guests.
To manage the team for an organizations, navigate to the dashboard and select your organization, click on the in the upper right corner, and then click “Users”.
Inviting New Users
To add a new User, click Add User. This will add a new row to the list. Enter the new User’s email address and desired user role.
When you’ve finished adding all new Users, click Add to confirm the changes.
This will send an email invitation to the new Users to join the Organization.
You can cancel any changes to your Organization’s team by clicking Cancel in the bottom right corner.
To remove a User, click the trash icon to the right of their user role, make sure you’re removing the right User and then click on “Remove User”
To add Guests to your sites, navigate to the dashboard and select “My sites” or an organization, choose a site and click on the “…” and then click on “Manage Guests”.
The following screen shows you all the users that are already Guests to this site.
To add a Guest, click Add Guest. This will add a new row to the list. Enter the new Guest’s email address you can repeat this process and continue adding Guests.
When you’ve finished adding all new Guests, click Save to confirm the changes.
This will send an email invitation to the new Guests to join the site.
To remove a Guest, click the trash icon to the right of their e-mail.
When you’ve finished, click Save to confirm the changes.
In Organizations, Users can be given one of three roles. These affect what the user can do in the CMS.
Editor (also Guests)
The editor role gives a User the ability to manage content across sites within that organization.
Guests have the ability to manage content for their respective site but don’t have access to sites across the organization.
- Edit and publish content
- Upload and manage media content
The developer role gives a User all permissions of an Editor and they can:
Editor Role and
- Edit and manage Front Matter templates
- Create and manage sites
- Manage site settings
The admin role gives a User all permissions of a Developer and they can:
Developer Role and
- Manage other users
- Manage billing for the Organization
- Manage the organization & sites settings
- Delete the organization & sites (this is irreversible)
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