What is Manage Collaborators?
To invite people to view or collaborate on your app, click the Manage Collaborators option on the right-side menu in Studio if you are inside an app. From the main app dashboard, you can click the More button under any app, then click Manage Users. These two options function the same.
How to use Manage Collaborators
To invite someone to your app, on the Manage Collaborators’ +Invite tab, enter the email address, then select the type of access to be given to the user, which can be one of three types:
Can edit and publish updates
When inviting several people at the same time, it is standard to separate multiple email addresses with a comma. However, everyone invited at the same time will have the same access control level.
The invitation(s) are then sent to the email address(es). To accept the invitation, the user simply has to click the link in the email, then enter the login credentials provided.
To view people with access to your app, click the Who has access tab on the Manage Collaborators screen. From here, you can edit access types, e.g. from Can Edit to Preview only. If you’ve already invited many collaborators and finding someone in the list proves tedious, you can search for the email address or name instead, then edit the access type once you find the correct name.
Why use Manage Collaborators?
By using the Manage Collaborators option, you can determine who has access to your app. This provides you with the option to seek assistance on your app from others while maintaining a certain level of security.
Options in Manage Collaborators
Enter Email Addresses
Allows entry of email addresses of potential collaborators. Make sure to separate multiple email addresses with a comma.
Allows selection of the types of access that can be given to collaborators. There are three (3) access control types:
Sends the invitation email to the entered addresses
Who has access tab
Allows searching of the entered name or email address in the list of collaborators
Access Control Dropdown
Allows editing of the type of access given to collaborators. There are three (3) access control types:
Saves the edits, if any, made to the record of the collaborator