RIGHTS IN WEDO
👤 In your WEDO network, you will find different types of users:
🔑 An administrator is authorized to manage the network:
ℹ️ There can be several administrators per network. In fact, we recommend appointing at least 2.
TEAMS, SPACES and TEMPLATES
🔒 A moderator is the user with the authority to change the configuration of a team, workspace or checklist template.
What can be configured?
Settings: description, default view, custom fields, custom sections & logo
📋 Checklist template:
Settings: name, description, section & history
ℹ️ You can appoint multiple moderators per team, space or model. In fact, we recommend appointing a minimum of 2.
ℹ️ A network administrator added to a team, space or template automatically becomes a moderator.
No access 🚫
The rights on the meeting depend on the role assigned to the user.
💡 Use cases / examples:
We present in a few lines some use cases that will allow you to understand these different notions of rights.
Possibility to be a member of a space but not of a team: example → My colleague Alice is not a member of the Admin team but she attends a specific project of the Admin team. So she is only a member of the Project workspace and not of the team.
Network administrator who is not a member of a private workspace linked to the HR team. This space concerns the management of Salaries.
An external reviewer with read-only access to the PV or for a few sections of a locked PV (to be added only in access management).
An apprentice member of a workspace who can add items exclusively to certain sections of a session.
A moderator who never manages any meeting (never in attendees).
An editor who is neither a moderator nor an administrator.