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Version: v11.7.0

Manage Roles


Manage Roles help you to define customized roles. Customize the access permissions for each role however you want. Therefore, the user can then perform actions on a project based on their assigned role and permissions.

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For example, you can create a role UI Developer to give fine-grained access privileges like create pages, change theme etc and assign those roles like UI Developer to the members of your projects. Say, Tom is a UI developer. If you want to collaborate with Tom, you can readily invite him to work with you in the Test-Sample project with role UI Developer. Tom can then perform actions on a project based on assigned role and permissions.

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Project Roles are different from User Roles.

A User role defines the permissions of a user in the Team. For example, whether the user is authorized to access the Team portal or not. A user can be a Teams admin or a Studio user.

Whereas, Project role defines the permissions of a project member in a particular project. A project member can perform actions on a project based on their assigned role and permissions.

A project member's actions include view pages, edit pages, deploy application, and more. You can only create custom project roles.

  • You can access the Manage Roles page in the administration area by clicking Manage Roles from the left panel.

Manage Roles

From the Manage Roles page, you can

  • Create a custom role, granting permissions as per your needs
  • View or edit a custom role
  • Remove a role

Create a Role

  • Click the Create Role button, and provide a name and description of the role you want to create.
  • Click Save to complete the action.

Create Role

  • Select the role and assign permissions, click Save from the top right corner as shown in the image below.

Edit Role Permissions

Delete a Role

  • To delete a custom role, select the role and click the delete button.

Edit Role Permissions