Collaboration is one of the Lumeer’s most important features. You can add other users to your organizations and projects and decide what they are allowed to see, change or add. See how user management works in Lumeer.
Managing Users in an Organization
To enter the user management screen, click on the organization code and select Configure.
On the Users tab, you can see the list of the existing users and a field for inviting new users.
When you add a user to the organization, it is automatically added to all its projects. The automatically assigned user role in the project depends on the role in the organization – for more info, scroll below to the User roles section.
To remove the user from the organization (and all its projects), click on the red bin icon.
Managing users in a project
Managing users on a project level is very similar to organization level: Click on the project code and select Configure.
The list of existing users appears. There is no option to invite new users – that can be done only on organization level.
All users from the organization are listed in the project, but if they are not assigned any role, they don’t have access to the project.
User Management in a Table
To enter table settings, click on the gear icon next to the table icon:
And switch to the Users tab:
There are 3 basic roles in Lumeer which can be used in user management to give you a good control of the access rights:
- Read – Reader
- Write – Author
- Manage – Creator
You can choose the role for every user by clicking on the permissions icons.
See the table below for detailed information on user roles:
|User role||Organization level||Project level||Table level|
|Creator||Can do everything in the organization (create projects, invite users, change permissions, work with the data etc.).|
Has a Creator role in all organization’s projects.
|Can do everything in the project (create tables, add views, change permissions, work with the data etc.).||Can do everything in the table (add, update or delete rows; add or remove columns; create views etc.).|
|Author||Can create projects and has a Writer role in all of them.|
To access other projects, they must be assigned a role in those projects by their Creators.
|Can create tables, views etc. in the project and manage (edit, delete) them.|
Can work with the data in tables not created by them.
|Can add, update or remove rows.|
|Reader||Can be assigned a Reader role in organization’s projects.||Can view the data in those views that were shared with them.||Can view all the data in the table.|