Workflow user permissions

Kaitlin Ashley
Kaitlin Ashley

There are three different collaborator permissions available:

  • Admin: A user with admin permissions has all the same capabilities as the workflow owner, so they can edit and assign the workflow, and manage the other members’ permissions.
  • Member: The default user permission set for collaborators. Members can edit and assign workflows.
  • Viewer: A viewer can view or assign a workflow, but cannot edit that workflow. A viewer member permission is most helpful on private workflows; on public workflows everyone in your organization has workflow view and assign capabilities.

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