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User roles determine the level of access they will have to projects

Configure different access for users. GitScrum provides 4 pre-defined roles: Admin, Member, Restricted and Guest.

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Roles and permissions

User roles determine what level of access you have in GitScrum projects.

Create your team and define the role of each member in the project

Create your team and define the role of each member in the project

Each active user in a GitScrum project automatically has a system role, which can be admin, member, guest, or restricted. These roles are associated with a default set of permissions.

Restricted Guest Member Admin
Board
Gantt
Tasks Assigned
Sprints
User Stories
Discussions
Documents
Team Members
Time Tracking
Calendar
Form2Task
Mind Mapping
Rockstar Team
Project Settings

Invite your clients to follow project progress in real-time

Navigate to the project, click on Project Settings which is located in the sidebar, after just go to Project Members. To manage the roles of project members it is necessary to have the role of Project Leader.

Invite your clients to follow project progress in real-time

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