Learn how to apply permissions to teammates across your organization.*
This article details default permission settings, and how to apply permissions for teammates (non-admins).
What is a teammate on mtribes?
A teammate is a member of a team. There are two types of team members recognized on mtribes:
- Administrator – a member of your mtribes organization with full permissions and privileges.
- Teammate - a member of your mtribes organization with limited permissions and privileges as set by the administrator.
Where do I edit teammate permissions?
Sign in to your mtribes account and select the organization you want to set permissions for, using the dropdown menu on the right-hand side of the navigation bar. You can open the Teammates page from the same user menu.
On opening the page, you’ll find a list of all the teammates currently active in your organization. Navigate to the top right-hand corner of the page and click on the Default permissions link to open the Edit default permissions popup screen.
What permission settings are available?
By default, all teammates will have full access. You can edit these permissions by deselecting fields to restrict the user from performing the corresponding actions. Simply reselect the fields to allow the user to perform those actions.
| Permission settings will affect all non-administrator teammates in all your Spaces across this organization.
When permission is granted, your teammates:
Can create and manage Tribes – create new Tribes, apply parameters or filters, create and edit categories and update these changes.
Can delete – delete whole audience Tribes and/or categories from the Space.
Can publish Experiences – schedule Scenarios and publish Experiences.
Can access, create and manage templates – create new Experience and Collection templates and manage their configuration, create and edit categories and update these changes.
Can delete – delete templates and/or categories from the Space.
Can access developer section and tools – access the developer documentation and tools.
What to read next?
Learn more about inviting teammates to join your organization.