Introducing User Roles: Add Editors, Clients and Admins to your company and projects!

Posted 3 years ago by Murat Mutlu

Today we’re introducing a brand new feature to our Company plan – User Roles!

Many of you kept asking the question  – “how do you add a client/stakeholder to a project without them accidentally deleting something? ” or “How do I delegate the management of the account to someone else but still have oversight into what is going on”.

Screenshot 2016-03-16 15.17.24User roles allow you to assign different permissions to people in your organisation. Whether that’s a client or team manager, it’s great for getting everyone working and collaborating in Marvel.

Here’s how the roles work:

Editor – This is the default role in Marvel, typically for designers and creators. It allows the user to add, edit or remove images, collaborators and settings on projects.

Client/Reviewer – This is a ‘read-only’ permission which prevents the user from editing or removing the project settings, images or collaborators. Great for clients and stakeholders who just need to view and comment.

Team Manager – Team Managers can add or remove people from a specific team. Each person added to a team is also added to your Company plan. Only Account Owners and Account Admins can assign this role to users.

Account Admin – Account admins can add and remove people to your Company plan, create teams and change user roles.

You can add someone to your company by clicking the ‘Add people to your company’ button in the People section. To change someone’s role, click the drop-down menu next to their name.

If you use Marvel with clients and external stakeholders, it can often be a pain to keep track of all the prototype share links. Now you can add people directly to your company so they’ll be able to quickly see projects when they log in.

Work in a large company? You can quickly split different divisions or skillsets into separate teams, each with their own manager.

Each person you add to your company will also get all of the premium features on the Company plan such as offline downloads, password protection and unlimited comments.

Want to get started? Check out our Company plan here.

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