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Understanding collaborator permissions
Understanding collaborator permissions

πŸ”‘ Find out what access and edit permissions different types of collaborators will have on your project.

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When you invite a collaborator, or change a collaborator's permissions you're giving them permission to edit and access your project.

It's good to know what they'll be able to do, once you change their permissions to a new role.

Project Lead πŸ”‘πŸ”‘πŸ”‘

A project lead is the person who creates the project, and has the highest level of access permissions on the project.

Project leads can:

Co-Writer πŸ”‘πŸ”‘

A co-writer contributes to a project. They help to shape the story, structure it, and write sections of it.

A co-writer can:

Editor πŸ”‘

An editor helps to develop or refine a project that is already underway. They may suggest changes, proofread, or fact-check.

Reader (forthcoming) πŸ‘€

A reader might be doing a sensitivity read, or an early read-through.

Readers can:

  • Read your manuscript (they cannot edit or suggest changes).

  • Comment on a manuscript.

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