Team Collaboration & Access Control

With DXP Cloud’s team collaboration features you can better manage access to your environments. Each environment can have unique members, and each member can have a role that matches their job’s access level in the environment.

Managing Team Members

You can manage teams from the Team tab in the left menu of your environment.

Follow these steps to invite a user to your team:

  1. Search for the user’s email in the Email field.

  2. Use the Role menu to select the role to assign to the user. These roles set the user’s access level in the environment. For more information, see Understanding Team Roles.

  3. Click Send Invite.

Current and invited team members appear in the Members table, in separate tabs. You can manage team members via the Actions button for each, which lets you change the team member’s role and remove the member from the team.

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Figure 1: The Team tab shows your team members.

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Figure 2: Use the Actions button to manage each team member.

Team Activities

To see a list of activities performed by your team members, click your environment’s Activities tab in the menu on the left. Each activity lists the team member who performed it and the date it occurred. This way, you always know who is doing what in your environment.

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Figure 3: The Activities tab shows your team’s activities.

Understanding Team Roles

Here’s a description of the roles you can assign team members:

Admin: Has full control of the environment and its members. Admins are the only ones who can enable or disable auto scaling, restore from a backup, and add/remove team members.

Contributor: Can handle application management and most of the development lifecycle, but can’t manage team members or other actions exclusive to the Admin role.

Guest: Has view-only access. Guests can see what’s going on in the environment but can’t perform actions or make any changes.

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