All organizations are organized into groups called “Teams”. All teams follow this permissions structure:
|Permission Group||Description||Number of users allowed in this role|
|Owner||Team Owner has all permissions across all projects and can manage billing.||1|
|Administrator||Administrators have all permissions across all projects except billing.||Many|
|Member||Members have read and write access to each project.||Many|
|Guests||Anonymous feedback reporters who do not have an account with Bugflow.||Many|
There can only be one owner at a time. Owners are “super admins” which can control anything including managing billing.
Transferring ownership to another user can be done via the “Team Settings” page. Once there, you can transfer the ownership to another individual on your team.
Administrators have all access to all projects. The only thing they cannot manage is the billing.
You can invite members to individual projects. This is helpful if you’re working with developers on some projects but not all. The advantage of inviting people as a member instead of having them use a guest report all the time:
Guests do not have any permissions on projects and they can only report feedback (not view, edit, delete, etc).