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User roles

Introduction...

User roles determine what users can see and do in Mingle.

You must register users in Mingle before you can assign any user roles. Before registered users can view projects, you must set them up as project team members (and/or project administrators).

There are six types of user who may interact with Mingle:
  • Mingle administrator
  • Project administrator
  • Project team member
  • Read only project team member
  • Non-project member
  • Anonymous user

At the Mingle level, users can either have a full team member role, a light team member role, be a Mingle administrator or be anonymous. Mingle administrators have full, unrestricted access to Mingle and all Mingle projects. Mingle team members (either full or light users) must be granted access to specific projects (either as a project administrators or project team members) before they can access any Mingle data. Those users without any project permissions are either logged in non-project members or anonymous users. They may be able to access projects if anonymous access has been enabled.

Mingle administrator
Project administrator
Project team member
Read only project team member
Non-project member
Anonymous user
Full users and light users