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Permission Management

Control which users can edit and run an app

For each app, permissions can be granted at the application level. There are three permission levels for each app:

  1. Allow all users of the organization to run this application
  2. Allow specific users/groups the ability to run the application
  3. Allow specific users/groups the ability to collaborate on the application

Allow all Users from the Organization to Run this Application

Enabling this feature allows any user that is a member of the organization the ability to run the app.

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Note:

Permissions to any automations the app depend on still need to be managed via Orchestrator.

  1. Navigate to the app homescreen by clicking on the gear icon next to the app name at the top of the left-hand panel.
  2. Click on the Manage access tab.
  3. Flip the toggle at the top of the page to "Allow all users of the organization to run this application".

Allow Specific Users/Group to Run the Application

  1. Navigate to the app homescreen by clicking on the gear icon next to the app name at the top of the left-hand panel.
  2. Click on the Manage access tab.
  3. Click Assign role.
  4. Type in the Group or user's name in the Search users and groups textbox.
  1. Set role to "User (can run)".

Allow Specific Users/Group the Ability to Collaborate on the Application

  1. Navigate to the app homescreen by clicking on the gear icon next to the app name at the top of the left-hand panel.
  2. Click on the Manage access tab.
  3. Click on the Assign role button.
  4. Type in the user's name in the Search users and groups textbox.
  5. Set role to "Co-Author (can edit and run)".

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Group Addition

Adding groups to Apps may take up to 60 minutes to apply. Alternatively, Users of the group can log out and log in again to see the apps assigned.

Updated 4 months ago

Permission Management


Control which users can edit and run an app

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