Assign permissions to an internal user

How to assign permissions to an external user.

You can assign permissions to a user, granting them access to one or more spaces in your organization, in two ways:

  1. Assign the user to a group. The user will automatically inherit the permissions granted to the group.
    You can assign a user to a group when you add them, as discussed above (see Adding a user to an organization), or via the Groups tab (see Adding a user to a group below).
  2. Manually assign permissions to the user.

To manually assign permissions to a user by adding them to a space, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to Organization Overview in the left-hand menu.
  2. Select the space where you want to grant the user access permissions.
  3. Click the ellipsis (...) in the top-right corner of the dashboard and select Settings.
  4. Select Access in the menu on the left.
Settings page accessed from the dashboard.
  1. To add a user:
    1. On the Users tab, click the Invite User button.
    2. Choose Internal Users.
    3. In the Add Internal Access popup, select the user to whom you want to grant access.
    4. Select an access level for the user:
      1. View: The user will have only read permissions.
      2. Edit: The user will be able to interact with devices and spaces. For example, this level of access allows a user to send commands to devices, rename spaces, and move devices around.
      3. Admin: The user will have full permissions within the branch they are assigned to.
    5. Click Add User.

When the user logs in, they will see only the spaces they have access to (as well as their subspaces, if any).

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