4 types of Team member roles

There are 4 types of team members: Owner, Admin, Team Member, Guest.

Owner

Owners own the team. This user is allowed to:

  • access to all projects and designs
  • invite/delete other users from the team
  • change roles of other team members
  • access Billing settings, upgrade, downgrade or cancel the subscription

NOTE: If you need to change the owner of the team, please email us at team@avocode.com.

Admin

Admin users are exactly the same as the Owners, but they cannot delete the designated Owner from the team. The owner is by default an admin as well, but other admins can't revoke the owner's access.

This user is allowed to:

  • access to all projects and designs
  • invite/delete other users from the team
  • change roles of other team members
  • access Billing settings, upgrade, downgrade or cancel subscription

  

Team member (Full access)

Team members have access to all projects but will not see billing information and cannot edit the team members (adding, deleting, changing the roles) in any way.   

This user is allowed to:

  • access to all projects and designs

 

Team member (Access to selected projects)

This user is allowed to:

  • access to projects specified by the Admin or the Owner

NOTE: Project permissions to selected projects are included only in the Business (legacy) plan, Company plan and the Enterprise plan.

Guest user
The Guest user team role is perfect for clients, colleagues and stakeholders. 

This user is allowed to:

  • access to projects specified by the Admin or the Owner
  • open designs, share them and comment

NOTE: Guest users are included only in the Company plan and the Enterprise plan.
Learn more about Guests
 

How to change a team member's status?

Managing admin access and different access permissions is possible in the “Members” tab of Team settings.

1. Navigate to your Team settings

2. Click on the cog icon next to the member you want to manage

NOTE: To make someone an Admin, you need to convert them to a Team member first.

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