Each Team Member has their own set of permissions for what they do and do not have access to inside of your Instance.

The Team Members page inside of your settings shows all of your current Team Members along with information about their involvement in your Instance and their permissions. To see this page, go to Settings > Team Members.

Please Note: Only Administrators can alter these permissions. If you are not an Administrator and you want to change your permissions, you will need to talk to an admin to accomplish this task.

When viewing the Team Members Settings page, you will see each Team Member with their own individual card containing the following information.

  1. Picture/Name/Email: In the top left corner of the card, you will see the Team Member's profile picture, full name, and email address.

  2. Information: Under the Information header, you will see the following pieces of information:

    1. Last Login: The date and time that this Team Member last logged into your Instance.

    2. Date Added: The date and time that this individual was added as a Team Member in your Instance.

    3. Total Posts: The total number of stories this Team Member has been the Content author of. To read more about Content authors, check out this article.

  3. Permissions: Under the Permissions header, you will see the permissions that the Team Member does and does not have.

  4. Three Dots: If you click the three vertical dots in the top right corner of the card, you will see the following two options:

    1. Edit Team Member: Click this to edit Team Member information or permissions.

    2. Delete Team Member: Click this to delete the Team Member.

  5. Edit: Click Edit to edit Team Member information or permissions.

To learn more about each of the Team Member permissions or how to add a Team Member, check out these article.

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