What is the difference between an account and a user?

Accounts in Methodologee are separate things from personal user logins. A user's login is always associated with an individual--their email address, name, and their private password. A user can be part of multiple accounts.

An account, essentially, is a container for managing an organization's assets (procedures, files, users, etc). An account's users can have one of the following roles.

  • Owner: By default, this is the person who created the account. The account owner can view/edit any procedure in the account, change account settings, upgrade/downgrade account.
  • Admin: Can create new procedures and upload files. Can add/edit categories, add/edit people, change people's roles (meaning they can add additional admins). Can view/edit procedures and files that are shared with them.
  • Member: Can only view procedures and files that are shared with them. Can add comments to procedures shared with them. Unable to create/edit procedures or upload files.)


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