How do I limit a team member's access to data or features?
There are three roles that you can be given in a project. Each is associated with a different level of access to the data or features provided for each project.
- A Project Owner has full access, and may choose to share this role with another team member to provide coverage for illness or holiday, for example.
- A Proofreader has access to all the features required to mark up, collate and proofread a project, including all the collaboration features.
- An Author has the ability to mark up and collaborate on a project.
The table below shows a full list of all the roles and what each can do. A green box means that someone with that role can carry out that task.
Note that Publisher roles over-ride Project roles. Thus, a Publisher Owner can view all projects in their company even if they are assigned Proofreader or Author role (or no role) on some of them.