There are 4 types of roles within a Company:

  • Company Owner;
  • Company Admin;
  • Regular Employee;
  • Guest.

Below you can see permissions overview for each of the roles:

Company Owner:

This role is automatically assigned to the user, who has created a Company. There can be only one member of this role.

Company Owners are given the maximum set of capabilities that are available in the application, as well as the maximum privileges to edit company and project settings.

Exception: The Company Owner cannot change his role and leave the list of Company members. Please contact support if you want to change Company Owner. 

Company Admin:

The role of a Company Admin is assigned by the Company Owner.

There can be several members of the Company Admin role. Company owners are given the maximum set of capabilities that are available in the application, as well as the maximum privileges to edit company and project settings.

Exception: Company Admin cannot change the role or remove a Company Owner.

Regular Employee:

Regular Employee roles can be assigned to any member by the Company Owner or Admin. There can be an unlimited number of members with this role.

Regular Employees do not have access to the Company settings.

Within a Project, there are two types of roles:

  • Project Admin;
  • Project Member.

Below you can see permissions overview for each of the roles: 

Project Admin:

There can be several members with a Project Admin role. Project Admins have a maximum access level within their project.

Project Member:

A Project Member role is assigned to a member automatically as the member is included to the project. Project Members can only work on boards, to which they have access. They do not have permissions to edit/close boards.

Guest

Guests are non-paid members with the viewer/reader role. These members have access to a board they were assigned to by the Company Owner or Admin. They can view board, open its tasks and leave comment on it. Guests are unable to change anything on the board or tasks. 

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